North Korea's Lazarus Group Was Responsible for Half of Cryptocurrency Thefts in 2020
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Research firm Chainanalysis says that North Korean hacking team the Lazarus Group carried out the biggest cryptocurrency theft of last year, absconding with at least $265 worth of cryptocurrency from exchange KuCoin, representing half of all cryptocurrency stolen in 2020.
Chainanalysis says it could trace the thefts back to the Lazarus Group by following how the money was laundered. (Thomas Brewster / Forbes)
Related: IB Times, The Register, The Korea Times News, South China Morning Post, Digital Journal, Teller Report, France 24, Associated Press Technology, Devdiscourse News Desk, CyberNews, Chainanalysis
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