Talking Turbo: The Turbo Campaign, Featuring Derusbi for 64-bit Linux

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Download Fidelis Cybersecurity had the opportunity to analyze a Derusbi malware sample used as part of a campaign we've labeled Turbo, for the associated kernel module that was deployed. This malware has been reported to have been used in high profile incidents like the ones involving Wellpoint/Anthem, USIS and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Every one of these campaigns involved a Windows version of Derusbi. While we've analyzed many common variants of Derusbi, this one got our attention because it's a Linux variant. A few items make the tools used in this campaign special, learn more here.

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