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Threat actors are resorting to YouTube videos featuring content related to cracked software in order to entice users into downloading an information stealer malware called Lumma.

“These YouTube videos typically feature content related to cracked applications, presenting users with similar installation guides and incorporating malicious URLs often shortened using services like TinyURL and Cuttly,” Fortinet FortiGuard Labs researcher Cara Lin said in a Monday analysis.

This is not the first time pirated software videos on YouTube have emerged as an effective bait for stealer malware. Previously similar attack chains were observed delivering stealers, clippers, and crypto miner malware.

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