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  • The United States spoke about the North Korean malware AppleJeus to steal cryptocurrency


    The Lazarus Group has developed several versions of the AppleJeus malware to attack individuals and companies around the world.

    The FBI, CISA and the US Treasury have released details of malicious and fake cryptocurrency trading apps used by North Korean hackers to steal cryptocurrencies from individuals and companies around the world.

    The fake apps were developed and infected with the AppleJeus malware by the Lazarus Group. Hackers have developed and used multiple versions of AppleJeus since the malware was discovered in 2018.

    Most versions are delivered under the guise of secure applications through sites controlled by attackers and imitating legitimate sites and companies. In total, seven versions of the AppleJeus malware were identified: Celas Trade Pro, JMT Trading, Union Crypto, Kupay Wallet, CoinGoTrade, Dorusio, and Ants2Whale.

    In one case, the criminals organized a phishing campaign on behalf of Celas LLC. The emails contained links to the Celas website to download an infected cryptocurrency trading app. It is noteworthy that the site had valid security certificates in accordance with the Domain Control Validated model, which does not allow to reliably establish the owner of the site or the existence of the company.

    A newer version of AppleJeus was called JMT Trading and was distributed by the company of the same name. In this case, it was suggested to download the program from the repository on GitHub. Another program, UnionCryptoTrader, simulated the Blackbird Bitcoin Arbitrage cryptocurrency arbitrage application. Kupay Wallet, in turn, was delivered as a wallet and was in many ways similar to the open source Copay platform of the American company BitPay.

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