North Korean hackers attack EU targets with Konni RAT malware

Threat analysts have uncovered a new campaign attributed to APT37, a North Korean group of hackers, targeting high-value organizations in the Czech Republic, Poland, and other European countries.

In this campaign, the hackers use malware known as Konni, a remote access trojan (RAT) capable of establishing persistence and performing privilege escalation on the host.

Konni has been associated with North Korean cyberattacks since 2014, and most recently, it was seen in a spear-phishing campaign targeting the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Source: Bleeping Computer