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Researchers from anti-virus firm #dr.web have discovered #new malware designed to infect point-of-sale (#pos) terminals and capable of intercepting GET and POST requests sent from Web browsers on infected machines. Dubbed Trojan.MWZLesson, the Trojan can modify the registry branch in charge with autorun on the infected PoS terminals, while also being able to check the […]

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Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about the malignant program BackDoor.Saker.1, which is capable of bypassing the User Account Control (UAC). The program’s main function is to execute directives from criminals and, most importantly, to intercept user keystrokes (keylogging). In a compromised system, the Trojan launches the file temp.exe to bypass the UAC. […]

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We have been following a malicious browser extension that claims to have been developed by various different software companies. The extension installs itself into the browser and makes posts to social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+ on the user’s behalf. One of the variants installs itself as “F-Secure Security Pack” — and […]

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