Security personnel: found that the dark network sells the new Trojan "Saefko", which can steal user encryption wallets

According to Zdnet, on Thursday, security researchers at the Zscaler ThreatLabZ team said that the dark-line now sells a new Trojan called "Saefko", which is written in .NET and has multiple functions that can be stolen. Bank information, online game credentials, and encrypted wallets. Remote Access Trojans (RATs) infiltrate systems in a variety of ways, including phishing emails with malicious attachments, bundles of software programs from unknown sources, and more.