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Capitalinstall malware targets healthcare sector, delivers payload via Microsoft Azure


Malicious actors are using creative means to serve malware payloads via Microsoft Azure, according to a Tuesday report from security firm Netskope. These payloads are infecting targets in the security-conscious healthcare sector, as IT administrators implicitly trust the IP address blocks used by Azure for services used by their organization, or through products supplied by a third-party vendor which utilizes Azure, the report found.

Consider the following scenario: A user downloads a file hosted on Azure, and shares it to other employees by uploading it to (any arbitrary) cloud-based file storage service. Though Microsoft offers a free anti-malware service for Azure, this must be enabled by the user. Naturally, if an Azure user is using the platform to propagate malware, they will have disabled this service.

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