Get to Know BunnyLoader: The Latest in the ‘Malware Supermarket’
- Cybersecurity experts have unearthed a new malware-as-a-service (MaaS) called BunnyLoader, being sold in the dark recesses of the cybercrime underworld.
- BunnyLoader boasts features like downloading and executing a second-stage payload, stealing browser credentials and system information, and then some – all according to Zscaler ThreatLabz researchers Niraj Shivtarkar and [further name needed].
What’s Hopping Around the Cybercrime Underground?
There’s a new trouble maker bouncing around the cybercrime world – the BunnyLoader. Continuing the trend of “if you can’t meet it, malware it”, cybersecurity experts have detected this product of mischief-makers using their skills for nefarious purposes. Being sold as a malware-as-a-service (MaaS) in the criminal underground, the BunnyLoader is giving ‘black hat’ Easter Bunny a run for his money!
Features More Plentiful Than Carrots in a Bunny’s Dream
BunnyLoader doesn’t just hop around aimlessly, it hops with a purpose – a malicious purpose that is. Endowed with features like next-level tactical warfare, aka downloading and executing a second-stage payload, stealing the virtual bread – browser credentials, and even system information, it’s like the Swiss army knife of ne’er-do-well deeds. A frightful bunny indeed, determined and equipped to make a hefty mess of your cyber security picnic. This revelation comes courtesy of the vigilant eyes at Zscaler ThreatLabz, particularly researchers Niraj Shivtarkar and [further name needed].
Summary: Beware Of the Bunny
In the grand scheme of malware challenges, BunnyLoader emerges from its burrow as the latest troublemaker. Offered for sale in the shady corners of the cybercrime world, it’s able to deliver a variety of nasty surprises. As outlined by Zscaler ThreatLabz researchers, its capabilities range from deploying complex payloads to stealing delicate system information and browser credentials. Remember – not all bunnies bring chocolate and cheer; some are up to no good!