Several types of sensitive information, including local files, cookies, financial information, and passwords stored in macOS browsers, are all targets of a new information-stealing malware that has been found. Its creator actively adds new features to the programme, which goes by the name Atomic macOS Stealer (also known as AMOS or simply Atomic). The most recent update was made available on April 25.
The Cyble research team claims that Atomic is accessible on a personal Telegram channel for a monthly subscription fee of $1,000. A DMG installer file, a cryptocurrency checker, MetaMask, a brute-forcing tool, and a web panel to organise assault campaigns are given to the buyer.