Malware developers turn to 'exotic' programming languages to thwart researchers
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According to a new report published by BlackBerry's Research & Intelligence team on Monday, there has been a recent "escalation" in the use of Go (Golang), D (DLang), Nim, and Rust, which are being used more commonly to "try to evade detection by the security community, or address specific pain-points in their development process."


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