Team behind Sony hack may be banks to
The hackers who previously were responsible for a major cyberattack on Sony, now trying to possible multiple international banks to hacking.
That report antivirusbedrijf Symantec. More than a hundred organisations from 31 different countries are probably due to the computer hacker group attacked.
The researchers of Symantec have a special kind of malware has been found, which is made to about 150 IP addresses to attack. These addresses would be in the hands of 104 organizations, including especially banks.
The creators of the malware itself not yet been identified. The code used in the malware seems to be, however, the code that the computer hacker group Lazarus.
Lazarus was in 2014 most likely responsible for weiter at Sony, where multiple e-mails and scripts were stolen and published. Previously it was thought that the Sony hack in command of North Korea was carried out, because the company’s controversial film The Interview released.
At the beginning of last year seemed to be the computer hacker group to focus on the governments of China, India and Japan. This seemed the collective was closely associated with a government.