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This Trojan attack adds a backdoor to your Windows PC to steal data
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Quote:A well-resourced and prolific hacking group is distributing a new strain of malware that gives the hackers remote desktop access as part of an information-stealing campaign targeting banks, retailers and businesses.

ServHelper malware has been active since November last year and installs a backdoor onto Windows PCs, providing attackers with remote access to compromised machines. But that isn't where the attack ends: ServHelper also acts as a downloader for FlawedGrace, a family of trojan malware which first appeared in November 2017 and is described as "a full-featured" Remote Access Trojan.

The combined ServHelper and FlawedGrace campaign has been detailed by researchers at [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] They attribute the attacks to TA505, [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] that has launched some of the largest cyber attacks of of recent years, such as the [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] and [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]. The group has been active since at least 2014.

ServHelper campaigns begin by spamming out [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register]. The messages are basic, simply asking potential victims to open documents, often claimed to relate to bank transfers. However, because of the sheer number of messages sent at a time -- tens of thousands of emails are distributed at once -- the attackers seemingly believe they [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register], despite the basic nature of the phishing attacks.

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