A new hacking tool making the rounds in underground forums has been deemed the latest “go-to” universal offering for attackers targeting Microsoft Windows PCs. The software is called L0rdix and according to cybersecurity researchers from enSilo is “aimed at infecting Windows-based machines, combines stealing and cryptocurrency mining methods, [and] can avoid malware analysis tools.”
In a blog post, enSilo researcher Ben Hunter said the tool is relatively new and is available for purchase. There are, however, indicators that L0rdix is still undergoing development despite an array of different functions already implemented within the malware. Written in .NET, L0rdix has been developed with stealth in mind.
Read more about the L0rdix hacking tool on ZDNet.