A new phishing campaign is taking advantage of interest in images captured by the James Webb Telescope to infect victims with malwareanalysts warned.

A report (opens in new tab) from security firm Securonix found that cybercriminals are embedding malware capable of bypassing anti virus filters in an image of the galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 released by NASA earlier this year.


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