In one of our recent threat hunting investigations, we came across an interesting new threat activity cluster that we initially thought was a false positive detection for a Microsoft signed file. However, this turned out to be a novel piece of a signed rootkit that communicates with a large command-and-control (C&C) infrastructure for an unknown threat actor that we are currently tracking and that we believe that is the same threat actor behind the rootkit FiveSys. This malicious actor originates from China and their main victims are the gaming sector in China. Their malware seems to have passed through the Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) process for getting a valid signature. We reported our findings to Microsoft’s Security Response Center (MSRC) in June 2023.