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This dangerous malware affects nearly all devices, and somehow remained undetected until now



Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a Remote Access Trojan (RAT), that’s been flying under antivirus programs’ radars for at least half a year and targeting, at least, education institutions.

As reported by Ars Technica, the RAT’s been dubbed SysJoker by researchers from Intezer who discovered it. When they first discovered it, on a Linux-based Webserver belonging to a “leading educational institution”, they learned it was written from scratch.



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