[HackerNews] Malware Attack on South Korean Entities Was Work of Andariel Group

A malware campaign targeting South Korean entities that came to light earlier this year has been attributed to a North Korean nation-state hacking group called Andariel, once again indicating that Lazarus attackers are following the trends and their arsenal is in constant development.
“The way Windows commands and their options were used in this campaign is almost identical to previous Andariel

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