The US Plans To Map And Exterminate The North Korea Botnet
The US government has now started considering the national security matter seriously after looking at the increasing North Korea-linked hackers constant data breach. The hackers have caused a lot of the key infrastructure to be revealed or compromised. The Justice Department has recently announced its plan of mapping the Joanap botnet and further work on disrupting it so as to alert the concerned victims. The
The Air Force Office and the FBI of Special Investigations have hundreds of servers working are trying to study the blur botnet located on a particular server which will help the experts take a peek at the technical as well as limited accessible infected PCs. After all this, the mapping of the botnet and also globally sending notifications using the Internet providers and foreign governments can all be made easy. The providers will have personal notifications sent to the ones having no router or firewall in order to help them protect their systems.
The DOJ officials have clearly confirmed that they have got the green signal for the campaign through a court order and also a search warrant. The worm and Joanap have made many systems vulnerable like Brambul since 2009. The American officials have recently clear-cut pointed a finger at the North Korean government regarding the attacks which have made the aerospace industry, critical infrastructure, and finance market extremely susceptible to the threats or data breach. The national security of the nation is at risk due to the botnet; however, the officials are sure about taking it down sooner than expected. The most confidential data of 14,000 and more diagnosed with HIV, especially foreigner visitors have been stolen in Singapore and disclosed online. Mikhy Farrera-Brochez one of the earlier fraud case and drug-related cases convict and a former Ler Teck Siang partner to be responsible for the HIV registry stealing.