Cybersecurity researchers from Phylum have found a new form of malware in a PyPI package that was using Unicode to hide.

Unicode is a global encoding standard used for different languages and scripts, covering more than 100,000 characters, whose goal is to simplify and streamline how characters are viewed in electronic and digital devices. With Unicode, every letter, digit, and symbol, get a unique numeric value, that stays the same, regardless of the program…

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