According to a report by the Finnish cyber security and privacy firm, F-Secure, the latest Lazarus attack was made through a crypto-related job advert on the site. Their investigation indicated that an individual working in the Blockchain space received a phishing message that mimicked a legitimate Blockchain job listing.

“The purpose of the malware was mainly to fetch login credentials and provide access to the victim’s network, eventually to reach the system required to steal the cryptocurrency,” an F-Secure representative said.

The Lazarus group is well known for multiple attacks on the crypto industry. Earlier this year, the hacker group reportedly deployed a series of new viruses to steal crypto from Mac and Windows users. Lazarus was also allegedly involved in stealing nearly $600 million worth of crypto between 2017 and 2018. The amount may have accounted for nearly 65% of the total crypto stolen during the period.

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