North Korea's Lazarus Group Deploys New Kaolin RAT via Fake Job Lures

North Korea's Lazarus Group Deploys New Kaolin RAT via Fake Job Lures


The North Korea-linked threat actor known as Lazarus Group employed its time-tested fabricated job lures to deliver a new remote access trojan called Kaolin RAT.
The malware could, “aside from standard RAT functionality, change the last write timestamp of a selected file and load any received DLL binary from [command-and-control] server,” Avast security researcher Luigino

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