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Hackers use Telegram as C2 Server and share Masad Stealer malware

MasadAccording to researchers, a new one is being released trojan, called Masad Stealer and is used to monitor victim systems and data theft.

Masad Stealer uses Telegram as a command and control channel, in order to maintain the anonymity and hide malicious activity.

Telegram is often used by dangerous people hackers to carry out attacks.

Masad Stealer has been advertised in underground hacking forums as spyware that can he steals data of browser, usernames, passwords access and information credit cards.

The malicious campaign used by Masad Stealer targets thousands victims around the world right now. Researchers believe it will cause many problems.

"This malware is advertised in various hacks Forums as Masad Stealer. It starts with a free version and continues with versions that require up to $ 85. Every version of malware offers different features. "

Masad Stealer: Infection

The administrators of Masad Stealer are using Autoit script to write malware and later convert it to an executable file Windows. If users execute it, malicious software will be installed in% APPDATA% \ folder_name} {file_name}.

Once installed, the following sensitive information begins to be collected:

  • Cryptocurrency Wallets
  • Information about computers and systems
  • Credit card details
  • Browser data
  • Browser cookies
  • passwords
  • Software
  • Desktop screenshots
  • Desktop files
  • Steam files
  • Discord and Telegram data
  • FileZilla files

The administrators of Masad Stealer use a variety of methods to distribute malware.

One researcher mentioned several legitimate software such as CCleaner.exe, Iobit v 1.7.exe, Whoami.exe, Galaxy Software Update.exe, which mimic malware to deceive them. users and make them install it.

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