North Korea’s hackers are re-using old code to build new attacks

New analysis of malware campaigns suggests that North Korean hackers may have re-used malware and computer infrastructure, leaving a trail which increasingly allow incidents to be traced back to them.

The joint research by security firms McAfee and Intezer reveals new connections between attacks believed to be the work of North Korea, a shared networking infrastructure used to help conduct the attacks and work by specific teams within the country’s cyber army.

Read more about the research on the North Korean cyber threat on ZDNet.

And for more insights into the threat from North Korea, including the cyber threat, see our Special Report on the DPRK Threat