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23.03 Dangerous backdoor threatens Windows users

Doctor Web analysts conducted a research of dangerous backdoor Trojan for computers running Windows. The malicious program, dubbed BackDoor.Yebot, can perform the widest range of destructive actions on the infected machine, in particular, run its FTP and proxy server, search for various information upon cybercriminals' command, log keystrokes on an infected PC, send screenshots to the remote server and many others.

20.03 Dangerous encryption ransomware spreading via email

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about the dangerous encryption ransomware Trojan.Encoder.514 which is being distributed by attackers in mass spam mailings. Unfortunately, it is currently impossible to decrypt files affected by Trojan.Encoder.514.

18.03 Dangerous Android Trojan “hides” from anti-viruses

Doctor Web security researchers have examined a new multi-purpose Trojan for Android mobile devices. Upon the intruders' command, this malicious application can steal all sorts of confidential information, send SMS messages, make phone calls, and also perform a variety of other harmful tasks.

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