Atomic macOS Malware Steals Keychain Passwords and Crypto Wallets

The malware takes the form of an unsigned disk image file (Setup.dmg) that, when executed, urges the victim to enter their system password on a bogus prompt to escalate privileges and carry out its malicious activities…also bears the name “Notion-7.0.6.dmg,” suggesting that it’s being propagated as the popular note-taking app. Other samples unearthed by the MalwareHunterTeam have been distributed as “Photoshop CC 2023.dmg” and “Tor Browser.dmg.”

I tend to check LinkedIn for the cutting edge of cyber security information. This one came up today. Thank you Hacker News.