Another malware attack on WINDOWS

This bug is active in malware attacks and cyber espionage.
Keep your eyes open for something different, from the article here.

“ESET named the strain they found Win32/StealthFalcon. They said this malware works as a basic backdoor that allows Stealth Falcon operators to download and run additional code on infected hosts, or to exfiltrate data to remote servers.”

Sounds like it is limited in use so far, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be used soon.

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