Security Newsletter
19 Jun 2023
New Mystic Stealer malware increasingly used in attacks
A new information-stealing malware named 'Mystic Stealer,' has been promoted on hacking forums and darknet markets since April 2023, quickly gaining traction in the cybercrime community.
The malware, rented for $150/month, targets 40 web browsers, 70 browser extensions, 21 cryptocurrency applications, 9 MFA and password management applications, 55 cryptocurrency browser extensions, Steam and Telegram credentials, and more.
Two individual reports on Mystic Stealer, published almost simultaneously by Zscaler and Cyfirma, warn about the emergence of the new malware, its sophistication, and what appears to be a surge in sales that brings many new campaigns online.
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