Cybersecurities connected JuiceLedger Hackers as culprits behind the recent phishing attacks against Python Package Index (PyPI) users. Python Package Index (PyPI) is an official third-party software repository for the programming language.
Cybersecurity firm SentinelOne, tracked it as JuiceLedger, a relatively new entity that surfaced in early 2022. The malware can be installed on computers through a rogue application, called JuiceStealer. It reads passwords from the user’s web browser.Recently, there was a phishing campaign targeting PyPi package contributors, compromising three packages with malware.
The supply chain attack on software distribution site PyPI, which occurred in 2017, may have been the latest escalation of a campaign which first occurred in early 2017. The hope would be that the people targeted are those who use fake cryptocurrency trading apps.The goal is presumably to make a virus spread more widely through hacked packages, which are
There are growing concerns that open source projects are not safe, and so Google has announced monetary rewards for finding flaws in their public domain projects.With account takeovers becoming a popular infection vector for attackers, PyPI imposed 2FA requirements on high security projects.
JuiceLedger began to attack software companies from the beginning of this year.
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