Netfilter Signed in as Microsoft Driver for IP Redirection
An unidentified hacking group is deploying a rootkit dubbed Netfilter, which is signed in as a legitimate Microsoft driver but used to affect gaming outcomes, researchers at German security firm G Data CyberDefense say.

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