Digital Attack on Korean networks: Wipers, Time-Bombs and Roman soldiers

On March the 20th, little after 2pm, several South Korean financial institutions and TV broadcasters networks were impacted by a destructive virus, which wiped hard drives of infected computers, preventing them to boot up upon restart.

Since then, the team here has been up on the deck, dissecting the attack components. So far, here is what we’ve found out, that, to our knowledge, hasn’t been published anywhere yet:

* The attack made use of two different droppers, in charge of d…

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