North Korea’s hacking groups are active again targeting banks in international operations to carry out fraudulent international money orders and ATM cash-outs. In the operation, North Korean operatives seek to gain unauthorized access to networks, point-of-sale systems, and ATMs belonging to their victims. The BeagleBoyz, are likely been active since at least 2014 and have carried out multiple operations like this before denting other countries with a hefty amount of financial losses. The group likely conducts well-planned, disciplined, and methodical cyber operations more akin to careful espionage activities. BeagleBoyz have targeted counties like Argentina, Brazil, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan and others.