BluStealer is a type of malware known as an Infostealer, which is designed to steal sensitive information from infected computers. BluStealer specifically targets user credentials, such as usernames and passwords, from web browsers and email clients. Once installed on a victim’s computer, BluStealer can silently gather information and send it back to the attackers who control the malware. This stolen information can be used for a variety of nefarious purposes, such as identity theft, financial fraud, and espionage.
This malware targets personal computers and goes after sensitive information such as browser credentials, FTP applications, credit card details, and personal crypto wallets highlighting the serious threat it poses to individual users.
BluStealer is typically spread through phishing emails, malicious downloads, or other forms of social engineering that trick users into downloading and installing the malware. To protect against BluStealer and other types of Info stealers, it is important to practice good cybersecurity hygiene, such as using strong passwords, keeping software up to date, and avoiding suspicious emails or downloads.