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North Korean Hackers Stealing NFTs Using Around 500 Phishing Domains

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According to reports, hackers linked to North Korea's Lazarus Group are behind a huge phishing campaign that targeted NFT investors. 

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They used nearly 500 phishing domains to fool victims.

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SlowMist, a blockchain security firm, released a report on Dec. 24 that revealed

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The methods North Korean Advanced Persistent Risk (APT) groups use to seize NFT investors.

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This included decoy websites disguised under a variety of NFT-related projects and platforms.

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These fake websites include sites that pretend to be associated with the World Cup 

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And sites that impersonate well-known NFT marketplaces like OpenSea, X2Y2, or Rarible.


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