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Banking hackers left a clue that may link them to North Korea
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2017, 02:41:28 AM »
Banking hackers left a clue that may link them to North Korea
4 April 2017, 1:33 am



The notorious hackers behind a string of banking heists have left behind a clue that supports a long-suspected link to North Korea, according to security researchers.

The so-called Lazarus Group has been eyed as a possible culprit behind the heists, which included last February’s $81 million theft from Bangladesh’s central bank through the SWIFT transaction software.

However, hackers working for the group recently made a mistake: They failed to wipe the logs from a server the group had hacked in Europe, security firm Kaspersky Lab said on Monday.

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