New Windows ‘Pingback’ malware uses ICMP for covert communication

Today, Trustwave researchers have disclosed their findings on a novel Windows malware sample that uses Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) for its command-and-control (C2) activities. Dubbed “Pingback,” this malware targets Windows 64-bit systems, and uses DLL Hijacking to gain persistence. […] This post appeared first on Bleeping Computer
Author: Ax Sharma