More_eggs Malware Disguised as Resumes Targets Recruiters in Phishing Attack

Researchers studying cybersecurity have discovered a phishing attempt that disseminates the More_eggs malware by pretending to be a resume—a tactic that was first identified over two years ago.

Canadian cybersecurity company eSentire revealed this week that the unsuccessful attempt occurred in May 2024 and was directed towards an unidentified business in the industrial services sector.

“Specifically, the targeted individual was a recruiter that was deceived by the threat actor into thinking they were a job applicant and lured them to their website to download the loader,” it stated.

The modular backdoor known as More_eggs is thought to be the creation of a threat actor called the Golden Chickens read more More_eggs Malware Disguised as Resumes Targets Recruiters in Phishing Attack.

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