Beware Of Fake CORONAVIRUS MAPS | Malware Infecting PCs


Beware of 'Coronavirus Maps' .It's a malware infecting PCs to steal passwords.

Cybercriminals will stop at nothing to exploit every chance to prey on internet users.
The latest threat, designed to steal information from unwitting victims, was first spotted by MalwareHunterTeam last week and has now been analyzed by Shai Alfasi, a cybersecurity researcher at Reason Labs.

It involves a malware identified as AZORult, an information-stealing malicious software discovered in 2016. AZORult malware collects information stored in web browsers, particularly cookies, browsing histories, user IDs, passwords, and even cryptocurrency keys.

With these data drawn from browsers, it is possible for cybercriminals to steal credit card numbers, login credentials, and various other sensitive information.


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