This James Webb telescope image may be hiding more than just the stars


A new phishing campaign is taking advantage of interest in the images captured by the James Webb telescope to infect victims with malware, analysts have warned.

A report (opens in new tab) from security firm Securonix found cybercriminals are embedding malware capable of bypassing antivirus filters into an image of the SMACS 0723 galaxy cluster, published by NASA earlier this year.



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