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North Korean Hackers Spreading Trojanized Versions of PuTTY Client Application

A threat with a North Korea nexus has been found leveraging a “novel spear phish methodology” that involves making use of trojanized versions of the PuTTY SSH and Telnet client.
Google-owned threat intelligence firm Mandiant attributed the new campaign to an emerging threat cluster it tracks under the name UNC4034.
“UNC4034 established communication with the victim over WhatsApp and lured them


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