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Eternity Group Hackers Offering New LilithBot Malware-as-a-Service to Cybercriminals

Eternity Group Hackers Offering New LilithBot Malware-as-a-Service to Cybercriminals

Oct 06, 2022
The threat actor behind the malware-as-a-service (MaaS) known as Eternity Group has been linked to new piece of malware called LilithBot . "It has advanced capabilities to be used as a miner, stealer, and a clipper along with its persistence mechanisms," Zscaler ThreatLabz researchers Shatak Jain and Aditya Sharma  said  in a Wednesday report. "The group has been continuously enhancing the malware, adding improvements such as anti-debug and anti-VM checks." Eternity Project  came on the scene earlier this year, advertising its warez and product updates on a Telegram channel. The services provided include a stealer, miner, clipper, ransomware, USB worm, and a DDoS bot. LilithBot is the latest addition to this list. Like its counterparts, the multifunctional malware bot is sold on a subscription basis to other cybercriminals in return for a cryptocurrency payment. Upon a successful compromise, the information gathered through the bot – browser history, cooki
Experts Shed Light On New Russian Malware-as-a-Service Written in Rust

Experts Shed Light On New Russian Malware-as-a-Service Written in Rust

Aug 12, 2021
A nascent information-stealing malware sold and distributed on underground Russian underground forums has been written in Rust, signalling a new trend where threat actors are increasingly adopting  exotic programming languages  to bypass security protections, evade analysis, and hamper reverse engineering efforts. Dubbed " Ficker Stealer ," it's notable for being propagated via Trojanized web links and compromised websites, luring in victims to scam landing pages purportedly offering free downloads of  legitimate paid services  like Spotify Music, YouTube Premium, and other Microsoft Store applications. "Ficker is sold and distributed as Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS), via underground Russian online forums," BlackBerry's research and intelligence team said in a report published today. "Its creator, whose alias is @ficker, offers several paid packages, with different levels of subscription fees to use their malicious program." First seen in the wi
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