US charges three North Koreans in US$1.3 billion hacking spree

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US charges three North Koreans in US$1.3 billion hacking spree

Lazarus Group alleged to have raided banks, cryptocurrency exchanges and movie studios.

The United States has charged three North Korean computer programmers with a massive state-sponsored hacking spree that stole more than US$1.3 billion in money and cryptocurrency, affecting companies from banks to Hollywood movie studios. The indictment alleges that Jon Chang Hyok, 31, Kim Il, ...

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