Heyoka Backdoor

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Heyoka backdoor is a type of malware that can infiltrate computer systems without user knowledge and cause damage by stealing personal information or disrupting operations. It is much more powerful than other similar malware such as Mongall, and its modified version presents an even greater threat. In a recent operation, security researchers discovered a payload that included both the Mongall and modified Heyoka backdoors. The modified Heyoka backdoor was found to be a complete backdoor product, meaning it had the ability to fully take control of compromised systems. The malware was distributed through various droppers, including DLL_test loaders for Mongall and modified Heyoka backdoors. This sophisticated distribution method highlights the dangerous capabilities of Heyoka and the need for robust cybersecurity measures to prevent its spread.
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MITRE
a year ago
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