[BleepingComputer] Microsoft admits to signing rootkit malware in supply-chain fiasco

Microsoft has now confirmed signing a malicious driver being distributed within gaming environments. This driver, called “Netfilter,” is in fact a rootkit that was observed communicating with Chinese command-and-control IPs. […]

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