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Dropper Trojan for Windows and other events in July 2016

July 29, 2016

Doctor Web presents its July 2016 virus activity review. The second month of summer was quite uneventful; only a few new threats—mostly modifications of well-known Trojans—were discovered. The new threats, all added to the virus databases, include a dropper Trojan that installs a common backdoor and a ransomware program for Linux that was actually a student research project.

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