StripedFly malware framework infects 1 million Windows and Linux hosts

For five years, a sophisticated cross-platform malware platform known as StripedFly infected over a million Windows and Linux devices without cybersecurity researchers realizing it.

Last year, Kaspersky uncovered the dangerous framework’s true identity after detecting traces of its activity dating back to 2017, when the virus was mistakenly identified as a Monero cryptocurrency miner.

StripedFly is described by the experts as being extremely powerful, with sophisticated TOR-based traffic concealing methods, automated updates from reliable platforms, spreading characteristics akin to worms, and a unique EternalBlue SMBv1 read more StripedFly malware framework infects 1 million Windows and Linux hosts.

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