US government warns of North Korean hackers targeting banks worldwide

North Korean hackers tracked as BeagleBoyz have been using malicious remote access tools as part of ongoing attacks to steal millions from international banks according to a joint advisory issued today by several U.S. Government agencies.

The joint release says that North Korea’s BeagleBoyz hacking group has once again started robbing banks through remote internet access since February 2020 to fund the North Korean regime.

BeatleBoys are currently targeting banks in more than 30 countries in an ongoing bank robbery scheme, attempting to steal $2 billion, as U.S. Cyber Command tweeted.

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Source: Bleeping Computer