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North Korea-backed hackers have a clever way to read your Gmail

North Korea-backed hackers have a clever way to read your Gmail

Getty Images Researchers have discovered never-before-seen malware that North Korean hackers are using to surreptitiously read and download emails and attachments from infected users’ Gmail and AOL accounts. The malware, dubbed SHARPEXT by researchers at security firm Volexity, uses clever means to install a browser extension for Chrome and Edge browsers, Volexity reported in a …

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Manjusaka Hacking Framework

Chinese hackers are using the new Manjusaka hacking framework similar to Cobalt Strike

The researchers unveiled a new offensive frame called Manjusaka which they call a “Chinese brother of Sliver and Cobalt Strike”. “A fully functional version of command and control (C2), written in GoLang with a simplified Chinese user interface, is freely available and can easily generate new implants with custom configurations, increasing the likelihood of wider …

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