Health experts have said the North’s hackers may be more interested in selling the stolen data than using it to develop a home-grown vaccine. Photo: AP Health experts have said the North’s hackers may be more interested in selling the stolen data than using it to develop a home-grown vaccine. Photo: AP
Health experts have said the North’s hackers may be more interested in selling the stolen data than using it to develop a home-grown vaccine. Photo: AP

North Korean hackers tried to steal Pfizer vaccine data: South Korean lawmaker

  • The news comes after attempts last year by suspected North Korean hackers to break into the systems of health care firms such as Novavax Inc and AstraZeneca
  • North Korea is often accused of turning to an army of hackers to fill its cash-strapped coffers amid international sanctions

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Health experts have said the North’s hackers may be more interested in selling the stolen data than using it to develop a home-grown vaccine. Photo: AP Health experts have said the North’s hackers may be more interested in selling the stolen data than using it to develop a home-grown vaccine. Photo: AP
Health experts have said the North’s hackers may be more interested in selling the stolen data than using it to develop a home-grown vaccine. Photo: AP
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