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27 Jul 2012Virus News
On the July 17, 2012, Kaspersky Lab and Seculert announced the discovery of Madi, an on-going cyber-espionage campaign in the Middle East. The Madi attackers infected more than 800 victims in Iran, Israel, Afghanistan, and other countries across the globe with a malicious info-stealing Trojan, which is delivered via social engineering schemes, to carefully selected targets.
Today Kaspersky Lab’s experts published a detailed technical analysis of the info-stealing malware used by the Madi attackers. The analysis provides technical examples and explanations of each primary function of the info-stealing Trojan, and details how it’s installed on an infected machine, logs keystrokes, communicates with the C&Cs, steals and exfiltrates data, monitors communications, records audio, and captures screenshots.
To read the full analysis of Madi’s info-stealing malware, please visit Securelist.
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