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The 50th season of weekly racing will begin on Saturday, March 17 and will continue well into November on Saturday nights. On the ensuing double-file restart, Zearfoss choose the bottom but quickly made his way back to the top of the racing surface. For two days; Sunday, March 11 and Monday, March 12 a special event with the AMA Flat Track Motorcycles will compete on the half-mile clay track and Tuesday, March 13 at the Volusia Speedway Park's fifth-mile dirt oval located adjust to the half-mile speedway. Schatz attempted a pair of sliders in turn one, but Zearfoss never lifted and maintained the lead. Cybersecurity firms including Secureworks suspect North Korea to be behind the Lazarus group, which they link to an million cyber heist last year at the Bangladesh central bank and a 2014 attack on Sony’s Hollywood studio.(reut.rs/2x MKx JK ) “Given the current rise in bitcoin prices, CTU suspects that North Korea’s interest in cryptocurrency remains high and (it) is likely continuing its activities surrounding the cryptocurrency,” Secureworks said in a statement to Reuters.Current World of Outlaws Director of Broadcast Brian Dunlap was involved in the initial broadcast and has spearheaded the latest advancement. "When DIRTVision originally launched, live video streaming was almost unheard of," said Dunlap. The so-called “spearphishing” attempt appears to have been delivered on October 25, but initial activity was observed by Secureworks researchers dating back to 2016.The researchers said in a statement they believe the efforts to steal credentials are still on-going.
DIRTVision will kick off the 2018 season at DIRTcar Nationals with live video coverage of the 12 consecutive nights of racing at Volusia Speedway Park. Zearfoss edged fellow front row starter, Jason Sides to lead lap one.
The same internet addresses were linked to previous North Korean cyber attacks.
A spokeswoman for Secureworks said the company was releasing its preliminary findings now and a more complete report would be published later.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The surging price of cryptocurrencies in global markets is catching the eye not just of ordinary retail investors but a cybercrime gang with links to the North Korean government, according to cyber researchers tracing the group’s activities.
The Lazarus cybercrime group is mounting an ongoing scheme to steal the online credentials of bitcoin industry insiders, a report published by researchers at U. cyber security firm Secureworks’s Counter Threat Unit (CTU) said on Friday.