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25.08 Yet another Android Trojan spies on Chinese users

Recently, Doctor Web security researchers have detected and examined a new Android Trojan named Android.Backdoor.260.origin. This malicious program is distributed among Chinese users and is intended to spy on its victims. In particular, the Trojan can intercept SMS messages, record phone calls, track GPS coordinates of the infected device, take screenshots, and even collect data entered by the user.

14.08 A downloader Trojan hides in Word documents

Statistics on malicious programs discovered in email traffic by Dr.Web show that cybercriminals send users email messages containing dangerous attachments, which are detected as W97M.DownLoader malware, with persistent regularity. In the beginning of August, a total number of such incidents was estimated at about 1 per cent of all virus and Trojan distribution cases employing email. In this article, we would like to talk about a dangerous attachment belonging to the W97M.DownLoader family and named W97M.DownLoader.507.

07.08 Dangerous miner spreading by itself

With the amount of resources that need to be spent on creation of applications for Bitcoin-like electronic currency mining growing constantly, cybercriminals start loosing their interest in this sphere. However, samples of miner Trojans are still examined in Doctor Web virus laboratory on a regular basis. One of such programs has been recently detected and dubbed by security researchers as Trojan.BtcMine.737.

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