North Korean hacker Behind the Harmony Bridge attack continues to launder the money stolen in June 2022, according to network data released Jan. 28 by analyst named ZachXBT, showing that the perpetrator moved another $27.18 million in Ethereum in weekend
The tokens were transferred to six different crypto exchanges, according to ZachXBT. specifyin a Twitter thread without disclosing which platform received the token. using three main wallet addresses for transactions
According to ZachXBT, the exchange was notified of the money transfer and part of the stolen assets was frozen. The move is similar to what happened on Jan. 13, when more than $60 million was laundered.
The money was moved after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) confirmed that Lazarus Group and APT38 were the criminals behind the $100 million hack. We can confirm that Lazarus Group and APT38, a DPRK-related hacker, were responsible for stealing $100 million worth of cryptocurrency from Harmony’s Horizon bridge.
The Harmony Bridge facilitates transfers between Harmony and the Ethereum, Binance Chain and Bitcoin networks, with approximately $100 million worth of tokens stolen from the platform on June 23 last year.
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