[HackerNews] Experts Warn About Ongoing AutoHotkey-Based Malware Attacks

Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered an ongoing malware campaign that heavily relies on AutoHotkey (AHK) scripting language to deliver multiple remote access trojans (RAT) such as Revenge RAT, LimeRAT, AsyncRAT, Houdini, and Vjw0rm on target Windows systems.
At least four different versions of the campaign have been spotted starting February 2021, according to researchers from Morphisec Labs

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