A phishing mailing, dangerous spyware and other events of March 2018
April 3, 2018
Doctor Web presents its March 2018 virus activity review. At the beginning of the month, cybercriminals were busy sending spam email messages with a link to a fake Mail.Ru website, trying to steal user accounts. Virus analysts also examined new representatives of the Trojan.LoadMoney family that downloaded other malicious programs on computers. At the end of the month, a dangerous Trojan was detected. It stole files and other confidential information from infected Windows devices. For more information about these and other events, go to our review.
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