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Malware Uses Trigonometry to Track Mouse Strokes

The latest edition of the LummaC2 malware-as-a-service utilises a new anti-sandbox feature, which uses trigonometry to track mouse movements and detect active human users on compromised devices. This function allows it to avoid revealing its secrets to the isolated sandbox environment used in cybersecurity defence. Although the use of trigonometry is seen as interesting, experts do not think it will significantly impact security teams’ protection efforts.

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