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Chinese Hackers Using New Manjusaka Hacking Framework Similar to Cobalt Strike

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Aug
2022
Chinese Hackers Using New Manjusaka Hacking Framework Similar to Cobalt Strike

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Researchers have disclosed a new offensive framework called Manjusaka that they call is a “Chinese sibling of Sliver and Cobalt Strike.”

“A fully functional version of the command-and-control (C2), written in Golang with a User Interface in Simplified Chinese, is freely available and can generate new implants with custom configurations with ease, increasing the likelihood of wider adoption of this framework by malicious actors,” Cisco Talos said in a new report.

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