Microsoft says North Korea-linked hackers stole sensitive information

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Microsoft says North Korea-linked hackers stole sensitive information

Takes control of web domains used by group.

Microsoft has taken control of web domains which were used by a hacking group called "Thallium" to steal information. Thallium is believed to be operating from North Korea, Microsoft said in a blog post, and the hackers targeted government employees, think tanks, university staff ...

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