Hacker releases Satori malware code on Pastebin over Christmas break

Tom Allen
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Black Hat Santa is here to ruin Christmas
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Black Hat Santa is here to ruin Christmas

Copycat attacks are expected

A known threat actor used the Christmas break to release working code for the Satori malware, which has been weaponised into the Satori and BrickerBot botnets. Ankit Anubhav, principal researche...

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