- Liz Lindsay
Confirmed: North Korean malware found on Indian Nuclear plant's network
According to ZDNet, the network of one of India's nuclear power plants was infected with malware created by North Korea's state-sponsored hackers, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) confirmed today. Several security researchers identified the malware, as a version of Dtrack, a backdoor trojan developed by the Lazarus Group, North Korea's elite hacking unit. The trojan includes keylogging among other features.