Also known as Neutrino, this piece of malware is another case of Office macro malaise.
The Neutrino bot is getting a new boost of rejuvenation from a retro form of distribution that’s been making a huge comeback lately. According to research last week out from Zscaler, Neutrino–also known as Kasidet–has spiked again in the wild with the help of malicious Microsoft Office macros. This latest example of VBA-related malware is another piece of evidence that a once forgotten class of malware has roared back to life in the last 18 months.
The delivery of Kasidet backdoors is the continuation of a months-long series of campaigns to drop the Dridex banking malware on victim computers using malicious macros, Zscaler reseachers say.
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