The Lazarus Heist

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The Lazarus Heist

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A true crime podcast from BBC World Service
Website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w13xtvg9

Hackers, North Korea and billions of dollars. Lazarus returns – in fact, the criminals never went away. Season 2 begins at an ATM, possibly near you. With Jean Lee and Geoff White. Investigators claim a secretive, elite North Korean hacking ring, nicknamed the Lazarus Group, is responsible for the theft of billions of dollars around the globe. Pyongyang denies having anything to do with cybercrimes, saying the United States is making these allegations to try to tarnish its image. Season 1 told the stories of the Lazarus Group’s alleged hacks on Sony Pictures Entertainment and Bangladesh Bank and the WannaCry ransomware attack.

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