Deadglyph New Advanced Backdoor with Distinctive Malware Tactics

A threat actor known as Stealth Falcon used a previously unknown sophisticated backdoor called Deadglyph as part of a cyberespionage operation, according to cybersecurity researchers.

The architecture of Deadglyph is peculiar since it comprises of two cooperating parts, one of which is a native x64 binary and the other a.NET assembly, according to a recent report from ESET that was shared with The Hacker News.

Because malware normally only employs one programming language for each of its components, this combination is unique. This distinction might point to separate development of those two elements while also utilizing special capabilities of the various programming languages they each employ read more Deadglyph New Advanced Backdoor with Distinctive Malware Tactics.

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