N. Korea Computer Linked to Bangladesh Bank Cyberattack

A newly discovered digital clue links the hacking group blamed for a multimillion-dollar cyberattack on Bangladesh’s central bank to a computer in North Korea, according to the Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab ZAO. Kaspersky announced at its security conference on the Caribbean island of St. Maarten that its researchers had obtained digital records showing a European server used by the group to launch its attacks exchanged data in January with a computer that had an internet address belonging to North Korea’s state-owned internet service provider.