A previously undocumented Linux malware with backdoor capabilities has managed to stay under the radar for about three years, allowing the threat actor behind to harvest and exfiltrate sensitive information from infected systems.
Dubbed “RotaJakiro” by researchers from Qihoo 360 NETLAB, the backdoor targets Linux X64 machines, and is so named after the fact that “the family uses rotate
Source: Google Hacker News

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