[HackerNews] Experts Shed Light On New Russian Malware-as-a-Service Written in Rust

A nascent information-stealing malware sold and distributed on underground Russian underground forums has been written in Rust, signalling a new trend where threat actors are increasingly adopting exotic programming languages to bypass security protections, evade analysis, and hamper reverse engineering efforts.
Dubbed “Ficker Stealer,” it’s notable for being propagated via Trojanized web links

Source: Read More (The Hacker News)

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