New malware: researchers came across (https://minerva-labs.com/blog/beepin-out-of-the-sandbox-analyzing-a-new-extremely-evasive-malware/) Beep infostealer, which is under active development. What makes the malware stand out from the rest is the work done to bypass detection: it has accumulated two dozen features to avoid analysis.
So, the malware boasts dynamic string deobfuscation, numerous debug and sandbox checks, CPU time tracking and registry keys to bypass virtual machines, and much more. Moreover, half of the features of the infostealer itself have not yet been completed, which, as it were, hints at the developer’s priorities. The malware also checks the system language and turns off when it detects half a dozen CIS languages, including Russian and Ukrainian, so the development is apparently domestic. What can I say, we are not lacking in talents. Learn more about the stealthy malicious rookie here.