Facefish Backdoor Steals Login Credentials & Execute Arbitrary Commands on Linux Systems

The cybersecurity researchers of the Qihoo 360 NETLAB team have recently uncovered a new Linux backdoor, that has been dubbed as, “Facefish.”  Experts have claimed that this new backdoor has the ability to steal user device information, login credentials, and even it can also execute arbitrary commands on the infected Linux systems. By abusing this […]

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