[SecurityWeek] FiveSys Rootkit Abuses Microsoft-Issued Digital Signature

A rootkit named FiveSys is able to evade detection and slip unnoticed onto Windows users’ systems courtesy of a Microsoft-issued digital signature, according to security researchers with Bitdefender.

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