'Meduza Stealer' malware targets Windows users for data theft

Steals information including login credentials, browsing history, bookmarks and even installed games

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Meduza Stealer malware focuses on infiltrating password managers, browsers, and cryptocurrency wallets
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Meduza Stealer malware focuses on infiltrating password managers, browsers, and cryptocurrency wallets

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a new Windows-based malware strain dubbed "Meduza Stealer," exhibiting advanced data theft techniques and a design enabling it to evade detection.

The Uptycs Threat Research team came across the malware while monitoring dark web forums and Telegram channels. They named it "Meduza Stealer" after its creator, a threat actor known as Meduza. ...

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