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Hive0051’s large scale malicious operations enabled by synchronized multi-channel DNS fluxing

IBM X-Force has been monitoring the evolution of Russian threat actor Hive0051’s malware capabilities for the past 18 months, noting significant advances. Key improvements include a multi-channel approach to DNS fluxing, obfuscated multi-stage scripts, and fileless PowerShell versions of Gamma malware. Hive0051’s escalating activity, including an increase in active infections and unique malicious domains, signifies an elevation of resources and ongoing operations.

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