Tag: trojan

Jul 09

Trojan:W32/Lecpetex: Bitcoin miner spreading via FB messages – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab

Trojan:W32/Lecpetex: Bitcoin miner spreading via FB messages – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab.

Sep 20

Ransomware “Trojan.Casier” Panel | malekal’s site

Ransomware “Trojan.Casier” Panel | malekal’s site.

May 16

Technical paper – Fake anti-virus: The journey from Trojan to a persistent threat | Naked Security

Technical paper – Fake anti-virus: The journey from Trojan to a persistent threat | Naked Security.

Apr 23

TapLogger Android Trojan cracks touchscreen passwords using handset movements – IT News from V3.co.uk

A team of security researchers have developed an Android-based Trojan capable of discerning a user’s screen lock code using the on-board accelerometers to detect small shifts that result from pressing the touchscreen.

The Trojan, nicknamed TapLogger, was shown to be able to crack passwords of four, six and eight digits, comprising of the numbers between zero and nine.

When held in a user’s hand, smartphones will make small movements each time the user touches a part of the screen.

via TapLogger Android Trojan cracks touchscreen passwords using handset movements – IT News from V3.co.uk.

Apr 18

Trojan:W32/Ransomcrypt / Trojan.Encoder : Prise en otage des documents | malekal’s site

Trojan:W32/Ransomcrypt / Trojan.Encoder : Prise en otage des documents | malekal’s site.

Apr 18

New version of Sabpab Mac Trojan emerges, spread via Word documents | Naked Security

New version of Sabpab Mac Trojan emerges, spread via Word documents | Naked Security.

Apr 14

Sabpab, new Mac OS X backdoor Trojan horse discovered | Naked Security

Sabpab, new Mac OS X backdoor Trojan horse discovered | Naked Security.

Mar 30

Mac backdoor Trojan embedded inside boobytrapped Word documents | Naked Security

Mac backdoor Trojan embedded inside boobytrapped Word documents | Naked Security.

Mar 29

Trojan Android games send expensive SMSs | Naked Security

Trojan Android games send expensive SMSs | Naked Security.

Mar 02

Infosecurity – Mac users – you’re not as safe as you think

Mac users – you’re not as safe as you think

The Mac Flashback trojan installs itself by either using one of two Java vulnerabilities, or via a social engineering trick that gets the user to install it.

via Infosecurity – Mac users – you’re not as safe as you think.