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13.04 New Trojan for Linux attacks websites

Doctor Web security researchers have examined a new Trojan that can infect computers with Linux operating system. This malicious program possesses the ability to scan remote websites for vulnerabilities and to attack resources with the specified addresses over HTTP protocol. Cybercriminals can control the Trojan using the IRC (Internet Relay Chat) text-messaging protocol.

08.04 New backdoor threatens Windows users

Doctor Web security researchers have examined a new malicious program that can execute cybercriminals’ commands and send the remote server screenshots made on the infected computer. This backdoor is able to check the infected computer for virtual environment and anti-virus programs.

07.04 Attack of a dangerous Trojan on a defense enterprise has been prevented

Doctor Web security researchers have examined a new malicious program sample that can execute commands received from cybercriminals and steal various information from infected devices. It should be noted, that the Trojan in question was spread by cybercriminals via targeted attack aimed at one of the biggest Russian group of companies that encompasses numerous enterprises, mainly defense ones.

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