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In the first half of October, an upsurge in Trojan encoders occurred, with a significant number of aid requests coming from users whose files were compromised by such programs. October also saw an increased bulk of e-mails spreading Trojan.Necurs.97, and an attempt to distribute another piece of malware via Skype. Viruses Various Trojan.Mayachok modifications lead […]

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We have seen malware that infects executables operate so that the malicious code runs first, and is then followed by the execution of host file. The malware XDocCrypt takes this a step further. Besides infecting portable executable files, it also infects Microsoft Word and Excel files. In an infected file, the malware body sits at […]

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Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is reporting that the Win32.Rmnet.12 network, monitored by its virus analysts since September 2011, exceeded three million infected hosts in June. The Win32.Rmnet.12 file infector could pose a serious threat, because it can steal passwords stored by popular FTP clients and perform backdoor tasks. In mid-April 2012 Doctor Web reported […]

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