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Europe and the U.S. Targeted by Jenxcus and Bladabindi Malware

01
Jul
2014

Believed to be created by two Kuwaiti and Algerian nationals, the Jenxcus (NJw0rm) and Bladabindi (NJrat) malware families focused mostly on users in Europe in the past 12 months, but they affected the United States, too. At the moment, an accurate number of infected machines is not available, but Microsofts antivirus products detected different variants of the malicious items on at least 7,486,833 computers. Microsoft made available a map with the global impact of the two threats, an…

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