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Report: US National Security Agency holds North Korea responsible for WannaCry attacks

It has become increasingly clear that North Korea was behind the WannaCry ransom attack that hit hundreds of thousands of computers last month and shut down many hospitals, businesses and other systems.

A report issued by The Washington Post confirms that the US National Security Agency believes and believes with great confidence that this ransom program was launched by hackers funded and supported by the North Korean spy agency, where a group of researchers in information security, some of whom To major security companies such as Symantec, to note similarities in WannaCry codes and other malware that led to North Korea after tracking them.

According to the report, the US National Security Agency (NSA) tracked the program, ending with access to IPI addresses belonging to the North Korean spy agency. In addition, this information is a strong case against North Korea, which is behind the attack. The report states that a state-backed team called the "Lazarus Group" appears responsible.
There is also one of the bizarre aspects of this issue, which is the North's use of the program to raise funds. According to the report, conversion through the Betquin seems to be easy to track, making money extraction difficult.

The WannaCry ransom program was developed using leaked codes from the US National Security Agency, which does not confirm North Korea's attack.

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