Fileless Malware: The What & How

Fileless malware operates in a computer's memory without leaving any trace on the hard drive as a type of malicious software. Fileless malware uses native and legitimate tools already present on a system to carry out an attack, making it difficult to detect. The attackers gain access to the victim's system first and steal credentials, then creating a backdoor for persistent access. The malware then gathers data and transfers it out of the victim's environment.

Reading Time: 6 minutes
Read the article   [responsivevoice_button buttontext='Hear the article' voice='US English Female']


Manali Kudtarkar

Manali Kudtarkar is an engineer at eInfochips specializing in the cybersecurity domain. With expertise in malware analysis, web application vulnerability assessment, and hardware security, she works to secure the Internet of Things. She holds a bachelor's degree in Electronics from Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology, affiliated with Mumbai University.

akun slot gacor akun jp daftar slot online QQLINE88 3mbola catur777