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A new Linux malware that’s “nearly impossible to detect” can harvest credentials and gives attackers remote access and rootkit functionality by acting in a parasitic way to infect targets, researchers said. Researchers from The BlackBerry Research and Intelligence Team have been tracking the malware, the earliest detection of which is from November 2021, security researcher […]

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Researchers at Zscaler say that malware is often prone to bugs and coding errors which can cause it to crash or serve as a backdoor for defenders to undo the damage it might have caused. Zscaler researchers Nirmal Singh Bhary, director of malware labs and Uday Pratap Singh, staff security researcher at Zscaler presented the […]

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There’s a new malware family in town – and one that attacks Linux systems by concealing itself in legitimate binaries to deliver several backdoor and rootkits. Dubbed FontOnLake, by cybersecurity researchers at ESET, samples of the malware date as far back as May 2020. According to the researchers, the malware makes use of several carefully […]

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