[NCSC-FI News] Password stealer now spreading from a GitHub link that uses NFT content as bait

Researchers have discovered a fresh campaign to spread the RedLine Stealer a low-cost password stealer sold on underground forums through a series of YouTube videos that take advantage of the global interest in NFTs.

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