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Blockchain research firm Chainalysis says the value extracted from the hacks grew by 40% year-on-year.Blockchain research firm Chainalysis says the value extracted from the hacks grew by 40% year-on-year.

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The regime has launched at least seven cyber-attacks on cryptocurrency platforms, say blockchain expertsThe regime has launched at least seven cyber-attacks on cryptocurrency platforms, say blockchain experts

North Korean hackers stole $400m in digital assets last year, says report | North Korea | The Guardian

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The hackers impersonated big names in crypto such as the Digital Currency Group in a months-long and carefully planned campaign.The hackers impersonated big names in crypto such as the Digital Currency Group in a months-long and carefully planned campaign.

North Korean Hackers Impersonate Major Crypto Investment Firm to Scam Startups

BlueNoroff, a North Korean hacking group, is now primarily targeting crypto startups, according to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.BlueNoroff, a North Korean hacking group, is now primarily targeting crypto startups, according to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.

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The embrace of NFTs and growing interest in DeFi platforms have grown the crypto space. Here are 7 up-and-coming cryptos to buy.The embrace of NFTs and growing interest in DeFi platforms have grown the crypto space. Here are 7 up-and-coming cryptos to buy.

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A blockchain analysis firm says the theft was spread across 7 seven intrusions into cryptocurrency exchanges and investment firms.A blockchain analysis firm says the theft was spread across 7 seven intrusions into cryptocurrency exchanges and investment firms.

North Korean hackers stole a total of $395 million worth of crypto coins in 2021 | Forexlive

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North Korean hackers in 2021 stole nearly $400 million in cryptocurrency, according to a report released on Thursday, making it one of the most prolific years to date for cybercriminals in the isolated nation.North Korean hackers in 2021 stole nearly $400 million in cryptocurrency, according to a report released on Thursday, making it one of the most prolific years to date for cybercriminals in the

North Korean hackers stole almost $400M in cryptocurrency, report says | TheHill

North Korean hackers in 2021 stole nearly $400 million in cryptocurrency, according to a report released on Thursday, making it one of the most prolific years to date for cybercriminals in the isolated nation.North Korean hackers in 2021 stole nearly $400 million in cryptocurrency, according to a report released on Thursday, making it one of the most prolific years to date for cybercriminals in the

North Korean hackers stole almost $400M in cryptocurrency, report says | TheHill

Meanwhile, EtherumMax got sued over an alleged pump-and-dump scam after using celebs like Floyd Mayweather Jr. & Kim Kardashian to promote EMAX Tokens.Meanwhile, EtherumMax got sued over an alleged pump-and-dump scam after using celebs like Floyd Mayweather Jr. & Kim Kardashian to promote EMAX Tokens.

North Korean APTs Stole ~$400M in Crypto in 2021 | Threatpost

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The North Korean threat actor group known as 'BlueNoroff' has been spotted targeting cryptocurrency startups with malicious documents and fake MetaMask browser extensions.The North Korean threat actor group known as 'BlueNoroff' has been spotted targeting cryptocurrency startups with malicious documents and fake MetaMask browser extensions.

BlueNoroff hackers steal crypto using fake MetaMask extension

North Korea launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms that extracted nearly $400 million worth of digital assets last year, one of its most successful years on record, blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis said in a new report.North Korea launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms that extracted nearly $400 million worth of digital assets last year, one of its most successful years on record, blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis said in a new report.

N.Korean hackers stole $400 mln in cryptocurrency in 2021 - report | Reuters

Ethereum has become new darling of North Korean hackersEthereum has become new darling of North Korean hackers

$272 Million in Ethereum Stolen by North Korean Hackers in 2021

Pyongyang is accused of using stolen funds to support its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes to circumvent sanctions.Pyongyang is accused of using stolen funds to support its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes to circumvent sanctions.

North Korean hackers 'stole' $400M worth of cryptocurrency last year

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North Korea’s hacker army stole almost $400 million worth of digital assets, a report said.The money North Korea gets from cyber crimes helps it fund government priorities, such as its nuclear and missile program, the report highlightedNorth Korea’s hacker army stole almost $400 million worth of digital assets, a report said.The money North Korea gets from cyber crimes helps it fund government priorities, such as its nuclear and missile program, the report highlighted

North Korea stole $400 million of crypto in 2021: Report

2021 was a topsy-turvy one for the crypto industry as Bitcoin, the most popular digital coin in the world, registered multiple all-time highs and major interest from institutional investors as a hedge...2021 was a topsy-turvy one for the crypto industry as Bitcoin, the most popular digital coin in the world, registered multiple all-time highs and major interest from institutional investors as a hedge...

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Chainalysis' new report highlights the local unicorn startup's visibility into cryptocurrency transactionsChainalysis' new report highlights the local unicorn startup's visibility into cryptocurrency transactions

How blockchain startup Chainalysis tracked $14B in crypto crimes in 2021 | Crain's New York Business

Digital assets are still subject to patchy regulation, leaving investors with little recourse against crime. . Read more at straitstimes.com.Digital assets are still subject to patchy regulation, leaving investors with little recourse against crime. . Read more at straitstimes.com.

Crypto crime hit record $19 billion in 2021, research shows | The Straits Times

BlueNoroff, a North Korean hacking group, is now primarily targeting crypto startups, according to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.BlueNoroff, a North Korean hacking group, is now primarily targeting crypto startups, according to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.

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SEOUL — North Korea launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms that extracted nearly $400 million worth of digital assets last year, one of its most successful years on record, blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis said in a new report. “From 2020 to 2021, the number of North Korean-linked hacks jumped from four to seven, […]

North Korean hackers stole $400 million in cryptocurrency in 2021 — report | Inquirer News

A United Nations panel of experts that monitors sanctions on North Korea has accused Pyongyang of using stolen funds to support its nuclear and ballistic missile programs to circumvent sanctions.A United Nations panel of experts that monitors sanctions on North Korea has accused Pyongyang of using stolen funds to support its nuclear and ballistic missile programs to circumvent sanctions.

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"From 2020 to 2021, the number of North Korean-linked hacks jumped from four to seven, and the value extracted from these hacks grew by 40%," said the report, which was released on Thursday.

North Korean Hackers Stole $400 Million In Cryptocurrency In 2021

SEOUL : North Korea launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms that extracted nearly $400 million worth of digital assets last year, one of its most successful years on record, blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis said in a new report."From 2020 to 2021, the number of North Korean-linkedSEOUL : North Korea launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms that extracted nearly $400 million worth of digital assets last year, one of its most successful years on record, blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis said in a new report."From 2020 to 2021, the number of North Korean-linked

North Korean hackers stole $400 million in cryptocurrency in 2021 - report - CNA

North Korea launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms that extracted nearly US$400 million worth of digital assets last year, one of its most successful years on record, blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis said in a new report.North Korea launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms that extracted nearly US$400 million worth of digital assets last year, one of its most successful years on record, blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis said in a new report.

North Korean hackers stole US$400 million in cryptocurrency in 2021: report | CTV News

North Korea’s hacker army launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms in 2021 that menaced global players and netted the reclusive state almost $400 million worth of digital assets, a report said.

North Korea Stole $400 Million of Crypto in 2021, Report Says - BNN Bloomberg

North Korea’s hacker army launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms in 2021 that menaced global players and netted the reclusive state…North Korea’s hacker army launched at least seven attacks on cryptocurrency platforms in 2021 that menaced global players and netted the reclusive state almost $400 million worth of digital assets, a report said.

North Korea stole R6.2 billion in cryptocurrency in 2021