[HackerNews] New Stealthy Rootkit Infiltrated Networks of High-Profile Organizations

An unknown threat actor with the capabilities to evolve and tailor its toolset to target environments infiltrated high-profile organizations in Asia and Africa with an evasive Windows rootkit since at least 2018.
Called ‘Moriya,’ the malware is a “passive backdoor which allows attackers to inspect all incoming traffic to the infected machine, filter out packets that are marked as designated for

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