The North Korean attacks, which include efforts to hack into banks, utilities and oil and gas companies, began in 2017, according to researchers at the cybersecurity company McAfee, according to the
New York Times
. It was about the time that President Trump mocked Kim Jong-un as “rocket man” in a speech at the United Nations. Now, even though "both sides have toned down their
fiery threats and begun nuclear disarmament talks, the attacks persist," reports the newspaper.
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