Broadcom Software—an industry member of CISA’s Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC)— has outlined an advanced persistent threat (APT) campaign against critical infrastructure targets in a publication titled Daxin: Stealthy Backdoor Designed for Attacks Against Hardened Networks.
Part of Broadcom Software, the Symantec Threat Hunter team, worked with CISA to engage with organizations targeted with Daxin malware and assisted with detection and remediation.
Daxin malware is a sophisticated rootkit backdoor with complex, stealthy command and control (C2) functionality that enables remote actors to communicate with secure devices not connected directly to the internet.
Daxin appears to be optimized for use against hardened targets. It allows hackers to deeply burrow into targeted networks and exfiltrate data without raising suspicion.
CISA urges organizations to review Daxin: Stealthy Backdoor Designed for Attacks Against Hardened Networks for more information and for a list of indicators of compromise that may aid in the detection of this activity.
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