Hackers-For-Hire Group Develops New ‘PowerPepper’ In-Memory Malware

Cybersecurity researchers on Thursday disclosed details of a previously undiscovered in-memory Windows backdoor developed by a hacker-for-hire operation that can execute remotely malicious code and steal sensitive information from its targets in Asia, Europe, and the US.
Dubbed « PowerPepper » by Kaspersky researchers, the malware has been attributed to the DeathStalker group (formerly called
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