This phishing campaign delivers malware that steals your passwords and chat logs


A huge phishing attempt tries to send software that can steal usernames, passwords, credit card information, and the contents of cryptocurrency wallets to Windows PCs.

The malware first surfaced in 2020, however RedLine has lately been updated with new features and was widely circulated in April through mass spam operations. The mass phishing emails contain a malicious attachment that, when opened, initiates the malware installation process. The victims are largely from North America and Europe. Read More…