On Friday, June 25th, Microsoft admitted to signing a series of drivers named Netfilter, which had been submitted for validation by a vendor in the video game industry. Microsoft confirmed the malicious drivers and said, “the actor’s activity is limited to the gaming sector specifically in China and does not appear to target enterprise environments.” Microsoft said the goal of the threat actor was to get an advantage on games and exploit other players by compromising their accounts. The vendor account that submitted the driver has been suspended and searched for other signs of malware.
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