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SolarMarker Malware Uses Novel Techniques to Persist on Hacked Systems

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Feb
2022
SolarMarker Malware Uses Novel Techniques to Persist on Hacked Systems

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In a sign that threat actors continuously shift tactics and update their defensive measures, the operators of the SolarMarker information stealer and backdoor have been found leveraging stealthy Windows Registry tricks to establish long-term persistence on compromised systems.

Cybersecurity firm Sophos, which spotted the new behavior, said that the remote access implants are still being detected on targeted networks despite the campaign witnessing a decline in November 2021.

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