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Undetectable HiddenWasp backdoor malware hits Linux users, allowing for full control of infected systems

Friday May 31, 2019. 01:43 PM , from BetaNews
Using code from the famous Mirai worm and the Azazel rootkit, HiddenWasp is a newly discovered malware strain targeting Linux systems. HiddenWasp is slightly unusual in having Linux in its sights, and the targeted remote control tool is able to avoid detection by all major antivirus software. The malware is described as 'sophisticated' as it comprises a deployment script, a trojan and a rootkit. This an  advanced backdoor attack tool that allows for complete remote control of a system. See also: openSUSE Leap 15.1 Windows Subsystem for Linux distro lands in the Microsoft Store Quake II RTX is coming to… [Continue Reading]

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