[HackerNews] NK Hackers Deploy Browser Exploits on South Korean Sites to Spread Malware

A North Korean threat actor has been discovered taking advantage of two exploits in Internet Explorer to infect victims with a custom implant as part of a strategic web compromise (SWC) targeting a South Korean online newspaper.
Cybersecurity firm Volexity attributed the attacks to a threat actor it tracks as InkySquid, and more widely known by the monikers ScarCruft and APT37. Daily NK, the

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