Massive campaign uses YouTube to push password-stealing malware

Do you or, more likely your children, search for cracks and keys? They may get much more than they bargained for…:

[…] “The threat actors have thousands of new channels available because they infect new clients every day. As part of these attacks, they steal victim’s Google credentials, which are then used to create new YouTube Videos to distribute the malware,” Frost told BleepingComputer.

The attacks start with the threat actors creating numerous YouTube channels filled with videos about software cracks, licenses, how-to guides, cryptocurrency, mining, game cheats, VPN software, and pretty much any other popular category.

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