Cybercriminals Launch a New Malware-as-a-Service: the ‘Eternity Project’

The ‘Eternity Project,’ a new malware-as-a-service, allows cybercriminals to buy a malware toolkit that can be “personalized” with various modules depending on the type of cyberattack being carried out.

According to BleepingComputer, an info-stealer, a coin miner, a clipper, a ransomware program, a worm spreader, and, soon, a DDoS (distributed denial of service) bot are all part of the malware toolkit. They are also available separately.


The creators advertise all of the “goodies” on a dedicated Telegram channel with over 500 members, where they publish release notes for updates, usage instructions, and feature recommendations.

The malware kit buyers can use the Telegram Bot to automatically build the binary after choosing which characteristics they want to activate and paying for them in cryptocurrency.

What’s to Know About the Advertised Tools?

Let’s start with the info-stealer. This tool is available for the price of $260 per year and can steal passwords, financial information, tokens, cookies, and autofill data from more than twenty web browsers.

It also targets ten password managers, VPN users, messengers, and gaming customers, and it can exfiltrate data from cryptocurrency extensions or even cold wallets.

Then, we have the coin miner. This module, which costs $90/year, includes

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