The nasty Mozart Malware has made a major comeback in the cyber-world. Yes, the devious malware known for infecting the Home Depot Inc, United States & breaching data is now using a novel DNS protocol to communicate with the remote hackers.
This new DNS Protocol is also being used by Mozart Malware to remain under the radar of security solutions & other intrusion detection systems.
Read on to know more about this backdoor malware.
The First Attack of Mozart Malware
Mozart malware made its first appearance in September 2014 after it hacked the Home Depot Inc., United States.
According to the sources, this earlier unknown & unseen malware was specifically crafted to attack the Home Depot, the largest home development vendor in the United States. The word “Mozart” was observed in the software’s malicious code& it is suspected to have connections with the hacker’s system, the sources state.