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Tech & Science New Malware Family Mosaicloader

16:15  21 july  2021
16:15  21 july  2021 Source:   zdnet.de

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Bitdefender 2019 (Bild: Bitdefender) © default_credit Bitdefender 2019 (Image: BitDefender) with the malware Mosaicloader Cybercriminals prominent places for online displays to spread malware dropper, start cryptomining or data expertise for identity theft.

Hacker Search Crackers: The Mosaicloader attacks discovered by the BitDefender Labs are aim for people looking for cracked software and download them. As soon as its device is infected, the malware acts as Dropper for other malignant tools - from cookie stealers and cryptominera to complex trojan.

BitDefender has called this malware family with a high harmful potential "Mosaicloader". It owes its name to its complex internal structure, which aims to confuse malware analysts through disguising techniques. Code is divided into small pieces, mixing commands mixed. The malware performs extensive mathematical operations with high levels: Reverse engineering is hidden and executable code in a large amount of numbers that raise the impression of user data. Similar techniques had recently discovered the security analysts of Fortinet.

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Online Marketing for Malware

To Spread Malware, buy cybercriminals active prominent advertising places on search engines. To place your links to the malicious Dropper as top results for users looking for illegally broken software. The downloaders are camouflaged with their icons and in their signature information.

Hazard for the online identity

once infected, Mosaicloader acts as a dropper for any malware, by cookie stealers and cryptominers, to complex trojans, such as the Glueba Backdoor.

Mosaicloader can also damage the private identity of users. The Malware Sprayer can play various programs for stealing Facebook cookies on the attacked system, which explorit login data. This makes Facebook accounts illegally professionally take over: Post in the name of the victim then endanger his reputation or spread malware. The tool also disseminates remote access trojans that log the keystrokes of the victims to listen to the microphone spoken audio content and record screenshots. This private information can be used as well as to take over customer accounts to steal digital identities or even squeeze victims.

Global Campaign

The campaign does not seem to target specific countries, organizations or market sectors. Most likely, PCs are most affected. In general, it is advisable for users not to download cracked software. This is not only illegal, but on top of that very dangerous because you can never be sure that the downloaded version contains no malware placed by cybercriminals. In addition, each user should check the source domain of each individual download to make sure the data is legitimate. Updated antimalware offers the best possible protection for the given time.

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