Trojan capable to perform injections into system processes, malicious program with geographical restrictions, and other events of February 2016
February 29, 2016
Doctor Web presents its February 2016 virus activity review. The last winter month was marked by the emergence of a malicious program that performed injections into Android system processes. In addition, Doctor Web security researchers discovered a Trojan for Windows that deleted itself from computers at detecting Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian, or Kazakh keyboard layouts. Also, a new banking Trojan designed to steal money from users’ bank accounts with the help of a special proxy server was registered.
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