Dyre (aka Dyreza), one of the most widespread and effective financial Trojans to crop up in the last few years, is currently not an active threat.
A new backdoor Trojan with spyware capabilities is being used in targeted attacks against organizations based in the United States.
Dr. Web researchers have discovered over 60 Trojanized game apps being offered on Google Play through more than 30 different game developer accounts.
Another Linux Trojan has been discovered by researchers, and this one is pretty versatile: it opens a backdoor into the infected device, can download and run additional malicious files, and can spy on users by logging keystrokes and making screenshots.
Asacub is a new malware that targets Android users for financial gain.
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