Hackers from North Korea have attempted to infiltrate several cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea, and some entities are saying that this action should serve as a wake-up call.
One can definitely say that the country of North Korea is not a highly desirable tourist destination. The ruling military dictatorship, currently under the control of Kim Jong-un, has kept the country isolated from the rest of the world for decades. While we sometimes laugh at the absurd news that the official North Korean news agency reports, such as finding unicorns and how Kim Jong-un excels at everything humanly possible, the reality is that North Korea is a dangerous state. It has kidnapped people off the beaches of Japan and sends assassins into South Korea. It’s recent intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) testing has led to severe UN sanctions, and its ongoing nuclear program is definitely worrisome. Hackers from North Korea have long been active in seeking to cause mischief, and their current targets are a number of Bitcoin exchanges in South Korea.
North Korea Desperately Needs Money
It should come as no surprise that North Korean hackers are looking to get their grubby mitts on some Bitcoin. CNBC recently reported …
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