Security researchers at Cyble recently reported on a new Windows info-stealer malware known as Prynt Stealer. After initial compromise, the malware targets all widely used browsers, messaging apps, gaming apps, cryptocurrency wallets, file transfer applications, keyboard input, clipboard data, and VPN account credentials; login credentials and account information are extracted for use in further compromise or digital theft. The malware can also perform direct financial compromise of cryptocurrency assets. Stolen data is encrypted and then exfiltrated via a Telegram bot, which in turns passes the information to a remote Command and Control (C2) server.
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