AsukaStealer, a malware offered for $80 on a Russian cybercrime forum, is designed to infiltrate popular browsers and extract sensitive data like credentials, cookies, and extension data. It also targets cryptocurrency wallets, messaging platforms, and gaming software. The malware employs customizable configurations, a user-friendly interface, and advanced techniques like API hashing and C2 communication. With capabilities like file exfiltration, screenshot capturing, and coin mining, AsukaStealer poses a significant threat to individuals and organizations.

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