Surfaced in late April 2020, Intezer describes Kaiji as a DDoS malware written in Go that spreads through SSH brute force attacks. Recovered function names are an English representation of Chinese words, hinting about the origin. The name Kaiji was given by MalwareMustDie based on strings found in samples.
|2020-12-21 ⋅ Intezer ⋅ |
Top Linux Cloud Threats of 2020
AgeLocker Anchor_DNS Blackrota Cloud Snooper Dacls Doki FritzFrog IPStorm Kaiji Kinsing NOTROBIN Penquin Turla PLEAD Prometei RansomEXX Stantinko TeamTNT TSCookie WellMail elf.wellmess TeamTNT
|2020-06-22 ⋅ Trend Micro ⋅ |
XORDDoS, Kaiji Botnet Malware Variants Target Exposed Docker Servers
Kaiji XOR DDoS
|2020-05-05 ⋅ Bitdefender ⋅ |
Kaiji – a new strain of IoT malware seizing control and launching DDoS attacks
|2020-05-04 ⋅ Intezer ⋅ |
Kaiji: New Chinese Linux malware turning to Golang
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