[HackerNews] New Malware Targets Windows Subsystem for Linux to Evade Detection

A number of malicious samples have been created for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) with the goal of compromising Windows machines, highlighting a sneaky method that allows the operators to stay under the radar and thwart detection by popular anti-malware engines.
The “distinct tradecraft” marks the first instance where a threat actor has been found abusing WSL to install subsequent

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