Security company McAfee says it has found previously undiscovered links among malware thought to originate in North Korea.
An official at the US Commerce Department says Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corporation will pay US$400 million into an escrow account within the “next couple of days”, the final step it is needed to take to have a seven-year ban lifted.
Use of the Internet in North Korea, limited as it is to elite circles, has now shifted from sites commonly used in the West to mainly Chinese sites like Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu, according to a report from security and intelligence vendor Recorded Future.
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