Malicious NuGet Packages Caught Distributing SeroXen RAT Malware

Researchers studying cybersecurity have discovered a fresh batch of dangerous packages that were uploaded to the NuGet package management via a little-known malware distribution technique.

ReversingLabs, a software supply chain security organization, linked a number of rogue NuGet packages that were seen to be distributing the remote access trojan SeroXen RAT to the campaign, which it described as coordinated and ongoing since August 1, 2023.

Karlo Zanki, a reverse engineer at ReversingLabs, stated in a report published with The Hacker News that “the threat actors behind it are tenacious in their desire to plant malware into the NuGet repository, and to continuously publish new malicious packages read more Malicious NuGet Packages Caught Distributing SeroXen RAT Malware.

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