Attackers Rely on ‘Exotic’ Languages for Malware Creation

This Data Breach alert was published at 26.07.2021 19.13 on Data Breach Today.

Blackberry: Newer Programming Languages Help Cybercriminals Evade Detection
Malware developers increasingly are relying on “exotic” programming languages, such as Go, Rust, DLang and Nim, to create malicious code that can avoid detection by security tools and adds a layer of obfuscation to an attack, according to a report released Monday by BlackBerry.

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