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North Korea has stolen more than 1,000 billion HUF in money in the past six years

North Korea has stolen more than 1,000 billion HUF in money in the past six years

In North Korea, the amount of stolen cryptocurrencies and the number of missile launches have risen dramatically in the past few years.

It was made about cryptocurrency thefts by North Korean hackers a report Recorded Future Insikt group – one of the organization’s main missions is to obtain inside information from closed hacking groups and cybercriminal forums on the open and dark web – which revealed that

Since January 2017, state-sponsored hacking groups (such as Kimszuki, Lazarus Group, or Andarie) have stolen approximately $3 billion, roughly 1,054 billion Hungarian forints, in crypto-funds primarily from cryptocurrency exchanges.

One of the most important sources of income for the Pyongyang regime is the theft of cryptocurrencies, which are primarily used to finance military and weapons development programs – although there is no data on how much money was allocated to launch ballistic missiles, the volume of cryptocurrencies stolen and the number of missile launches jumped in One time in the last few years. According to analysts at Recorded Future

“In 2022 alone, $1.7 billion worth of cryptocurrencies were stolen, about 5% of South Korea’s GDP, or 45% of military spending.”.

(source: Sleeping computer, HVGPhoto: Getty Images)

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