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A clicker for Windows, an antivirus-removing Linux Trojan, and other events of November 2018

November 30, 2018

Doctor Web presents its overview of malware activity occurring in November 2018. During the last month of autumn, Doctor Web’s malware analysts detected a malicious program installed under the guise of a safe application and used to covertly increase website traffic. They also discovered a Linux Trojan capable of infecting other Linux devices within a network and removing antiviruses. Read about these and other events in our review.

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