June 17, 2024, 7:15 p.m. | MalBot

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Several threat actors are leveraging a “unique social engineering” tactic in order to infect users with various information stealers and remote access trojans like Lumma Stealer, DarkGate and NetSupport.


The technique has been observed in attacks that started in early March and that are ongoing. Attackers show victims a pop-up textbox, which they either send in malicious emails or display on compromised, legitimate websites. The pop-up message tells users that an error occurred when attempting to open a …

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Palo Alto Engineer

@ Booz Allen Hamilton | Undisclosed Location - USA, VA, Reston

Systems Administrator

@ Cognosante | Camp Humphreys, South Korea

Consultor de Seguridad de la Información (Future project)

@ Unisys | Home Based Peru

Cloud DevOps Engineer

@ Booz Allen Hamilton | USA, VA, McLean (8283 Greensboro Dr, Hamilton)

Cloud DevOps Engineer

@ Booz Allen Hamilton | USA, VA, McLean (8251 Greensboro Dr)

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