The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team has issued a critical technical alert on the tools and infrastructure being used by North Korean agents to target the media, aerospace and financial sectors of the United States and elsewhere, as well as critical infrastructures that could include the healthcare industry.

“Working with U.S. Government partners, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI identified Internet Protocol addresses associated with a malware variant, known as DeltaCharlie, used to manage North Korea’s distributed denial-of-service botnet infrastructure,” according to the alert from CERT.

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