Facebook ads push new Ov3r_Stealer password-stealing malware
    February 7, 2024   04:24 PM   1 A new password-stealing malware named Ov3r_Stealer is spreading through fake job advertisements on Facebook, aiming to steal account credentials and cryptocurrency. The fake job ads are for management positions and lead users to a Discord URL where a PowerShell script downloads the malware payload from a GitHub repository. Analysts at Trustwave who discovered the malware campaign note that although none of its tactics...
    By AFFA 2024-02-08 22:59:46 0 200
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