This malware uses trigonometry to prevent its detection and blocking

The idea that hackers are constantly evolving their tactics has been proven once again, after a new strain of malware users was discovered to be using trigonometry to avoid detection.

Cybersecurity researchers Outpost24 recently analyzed the latest version of Lumma Stealer, a known information-stealing malware capable of recovering passwords stored in popular browsers, cookies, credit card information and data related to cryptocurrency wallets. Lumma is offered as a service, with a subscription fee ranging from $250 to $1,000.

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