A new form of malware has been discovered that infects the VRAM of a GPU and is undetectable by antivirus software

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tldr; Cybercriminals have found a new way to hide malware in graphics card memory instead of system memory. The malware uses graphics memory allocation space, from where the code is executed. The technology uses OpenCL 2.0 API on Windows operating system, no other systems are affected by the malicious code. The code has been tested on Intel UHD 620/630 graphics as well as GeForce GTX 740M and GTX 1650 discrete cards.

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