Cyclops Ransomware Operators Offer Information Stealer Malware
Cyclops ransomware, known for encrypting the files of victims and holding it for a ransom, has now been observed offering an information stealer malware. The new malware is designed to capture sensitive data from infected hosts.
According to a report by Uptycs, the threat actor behind the ransomware-as-a-service model promotes its offering on forums and requests a share of profits from those engaging in malicious activities using its malware. This new development allows the operators to earn money even if they are not successful in their ransomware attack.
The information stealer malware is designed to collect valuable information like login credentials and banking details. It also has the ability to record keystrokes, take screenshots and steal autofill data from browsers.
Uptycs states that the information stealer is seeing active development and continuous updates, with the threat actors offering newer versions for those interested in using the malware for malicious purposes.
The operators of Cyclops ransomware are now offering an information stealer malware that is capable of capturing sensitive data from infected hosts. The threat actors behind the ransomware-as-a-service model request a share of the profits from those who use the malware for malicious purposes. The info-stealer malware is constantly being updated and developed to steal valuable information like login credentials and banking details. This new development allows the operators to earn money even when their ransomware attack is unsuccessful.Original Article: https://thehackernews.com/2023/06/cyclops-ransomware-gang-offers-go-based.html