[HackerNews] Hackers Trick Microsoft Into Signing Netfilter Driver Loaded With Rootkit Malware

Microsoft on Friday said it’s investigating an incident wherein a driver signed by the company turned out to be a malicious Windows rootkit that was observed communicating with command-and-control (C2) servers located in China.
The driver, called “Netfilter,” is said to target gaming environments, specifically in the East Asian country, with the Redmond-based firm noting that “the actor’s goal

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