[HackerNews] Solarmarker InfoStealer Malware Once Again Making its Way Into the Wild

Healthcare and education sectors are the frequent targets of a new surge in credential harvesting activity from what’s a “highly modular” .NET-based information stealer and keylogger, charting the course for the threat actor’s continued evolution while simultaneously remaining under the radar.
Dubbed “Solarmarker,” the malware campaign is believed to be active since September 2020, with

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