New Ramsay malware can steal sensitive documents from air-gapped networks

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Researchers from cyber-security firm ESET announced today that they discovered a never-before-seen malware framework with advanced capabilities that are rarely seen today.

Named Ramsay, ESET says this malware toolkit appears to have been designed to infect air-gapped computers, collect Word and other sensitive documents in a hidden storage container, and then wait for a possible exfiltration opportunity.

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  1. Alfonso - May 13, 2020

    Hola, a que se refieren con;

    Redes con Espacio de Aire?

    Gracias

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