A novel malware named JaskaGO, built using the Go programming language, is threatening Windows and Apple macOS systems by impersonating legitimate software installers like CapCut. AT&T Alien Labs discovered it, noting its extensive command array from its control server and capabilities to modify clipboard for cryptocurrency theft. It can self-run with root permissions, disable Gatekeeper protections, and auto-launch during system startup. Its distribution method remains unknown.
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