This malware uses trigonometry to stop it from being detected and blocked

The idea that hackers are constantly evolving their tactics has been proven again after a new breed of malware user was found to be using trigonometry to avoid detection.

Cybersecurity researchers Outpost24 recently analyzed the latest version of Lumma Stealer, a well-known infostealer malware that can obtain passwords stored in popular browsers, cookies, credit card information, and data related to cryptocurrency wallets. Lumma is offered as a service, for a subscription price ranging between $250 and $1,000.