North Koreans Employ Deceptive Tactics: Assume Pseudonyms and Pre-Written Scripts to Secure Remote IT Jobs for Financial Gain

North Korean IT workers are resorting to deceptive tactics such as using fake names, sham LinkedIn profiles, counterfeit work papers, and mock interview scripts in order to secure employment in Western tech companies. Their main goal is to secretly earn hard currency for the country. To access the full content, registration is required.

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