New Jupyter Infostealer Version Emerges with Sophisticated Stealth Tactics

Updated Jupyter information-stealing malware has reappeared with “simple yet impactful changes” intended to quietly take over compromised systems and become persistent.

In a report shared with The Hacker News, VMware Carbon Black researchers stated, “The team has discovered new waves of Jupyter Infostealer attacks which leverage PowerShell command modifications and signatures of private keys in attempts to pass off the malware as a legitimately signed file.”

Also going by the names Polazert, SolarMarker, and Yellow Cockatoo, Jupyter Infostealer has a history of using malvertising and manipulated search engine optimization (SEO) techniques as an initial access vector to trick people looking for popular software into downloading read more New Jupyter Infostealer Version Emerges with Sophisticated Stealth Tactics.

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