Hacking Group Knotweed Abuses Windows and Adobe Zero-days to Deploy Subzero Malware

According to Microsoft, a hacking group Knotweed together with the Austrian spyware vendor DSIRF is targeting European and Central American entities with Subzero malware.

According to their website, DSIRF is a company providing data research, forensics, and data-driven intelligence to corporations, but the company has been linked with the Subzero development in the past.

Hackers have deployed Corelump and Jumplump payloads on compromised devices to download the Subzero malware.


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