Bridewell Sounds the Alarm on New "I'm Better" Malware Impersonating Popular Online Tools and Video Games
Bridewell Cyber Threat Intelligence has identified a previously unreported infostealer, named "I'm Better", that targets valuable information such as cryptocurrency wallets, browser credentials, and session cookies. This stealer uses undetected infrastructure and mimics legitimate online tools, video game software, and cryptocurrency vendors to lure victims.
At present, "I'm Better" is still in its developmental stages and has recently been placed on sale by the developer. This further corroborates the growing trend of infostealers being adopted in the attack chain.
To help organisations defend against this emerging threat, Bridewell has conducted a thorough analysis of "I'm Better" and is sharing its findings with the wider community. It is critical that organisations take proactive measures to defend against this type of malware, as the consequences of a successful attack can be severe.
|Yashraj Solanki, Junior CTI Analyst||Joshua Penny, CTI Analyst|
|Yashraj Solanki is a Junior CTI Analyst at Bridewell and a SME on Mitre ATT&CK. He has a prior background in control systems engineering with a masters in Cyber Security.||Joshua Penny is a CISSP certified Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst with 5 years’ experience working within CTI at Bridewell and previously within the education and research Sector.|
Register for instant alerts to Bridewell threat advisories or to speak with a member of our Cyber Threat Intelligence team.