Recently an ActiveX exploit was discovered on the website of a South Korea think tank that focuses on national security. Whilst ActiveX controls are disabled on most systems, they are still enabled on most South Korean machines due to mandates by the South Korean government. These attacks have been attributed to Lazarus, a group thought to be linked to North Korea. Below we’ve shared our brief analysis of of the attack.
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