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Self-Spreading Cridex Variant Detected

02
Jul
2014

Security researchers have discovered a new version of the Cridex malware that includes a self-replicating component and sends phishing emails based on a database of 50,000 stolen SMTP credentials. Dubbed Geodo, the Cridex variant is as bad as the original when it comes to stealing information from an infected computer, and it exfiltrates sensitive data such as email credentials and banking details. A blog post from Seculert CTO, Aviv Raff, says that the new strain basically turns each…

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