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  • In 2022, North Korean hackers broke the record for stealing cryptocurrency

    In 2022, North Korean hackers stole more crypto assets than in any other year and targeted networks of foreign aerospace and defense companies. This was reported by Reuters, citing data from the United Nations report. The UN report was submitted to the North Korea sanctions committee. The full report is reportedly due to be made public in late February or early March.

    According to the agency, South Korea has estimated that North Korean-linked hackers stole $630 million worth of virtual assets in 2022. At the same time, according to the calculations of the Seoul cybersecurity firm, the total amount of stolen crypto assets exceeds $1 billion.

    Most of the cyberattacks were allegedly carried out by groups controlled by North Korea's main intelligence bureau. These include hacker groups known as Kimsuky, Lazarus Group, and Andariel.

    “These entities continued to illegally attack victims in order to generate income and information of value to the DPRK, including for its weapons programs,” the UN report says.

    The attackers distributed malicious software, including through phishing. One of these campaigns was aimed at employees of organizations in different countries.

    "Initial contacts with individuals were established via LinkedIn, and once the required level of trust was reached with the entities, the malicious payload was introduced through continuous communication via WhatsApp," writes Reuters.

    The UN report also notes that cyberattacks have become more sophisticated than in previous years, making it even more difficult to trace stolen funds.

    According to an analytical report by Chainalysis, a total of $3.8 billion was stolen from cryptocurrency exchanges last year. At least 1.7 billion of the stolen funds are linked to North Korean hackers.

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