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5 thoughts on “North Korea’s crypto-heists present vulnerabilities in Western safety”

  1. I keep wondering how they keep supposedly hacking stuff if they have little to no internet access.

    Other places have people that are good at stuff due to the sheer amount using it and then we have a bigger sample size to have more skilled people in each sector.

    I keep thinking it’s just not true that it’s north korea doing these hacks for some reason

  2. tldr; North Korean hackers stole $615 million in assets in March alone, making it the largest cryptocurrency heist on record. North Korea committed at least 49 hacks from 2017 to 2021, according to New York-based blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis. Estimates indicate Pyongyang stole approximately $400 million in 2022 and $1 billion in the first nine months of 2022, making cryptocurrency a significant source of income.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

  3. That’s a very… interesting site lol I had some suspicions just with the title of that article and name of the site.

    Anyone who knows crypto at all knows that hacks in crypto don’t show vulnerabilities in anything other than those platforms, or one could argue the overall strength of the crypto space itself. But those aren’t “western funds” they’re stealing. It’s funds of western people, eastern people, probably even one or two guys in NK into crypto in secret. If they just talked about NK’s hacks into US government systems as the primary reasoning for the headline I wouldn’t disagree with that in the slightest.

    It’s weird though, it’s one of those sites that just seems slightly off. Some of the english didn’t look quite right, it’s extremely spammy, and the site itself looks very cheap, but I looked through other articles and I didn’t see anything indicating a strong ideological or national slant one way or another. Really gave me deja vu for those super shoddy “news” sites going around in like 2016. Same flavor, but this looks a bit more sophisticated.

    Idk, maybe I’m full tin foil but when I see one of these sites my reaction always goes straight to “wtf even is this?”


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