Hackers impersonate top VPN to steal cryptocurrency



Researchers at Kaspersky have discovered a new malicious campaign which uses a fake version of a popular VPN service’s website to spread the Trojan stealer AZORult by tricking users into thinking they are downloading a Windows installer.

AZORult is one of the most common stealers on Russian hacking forums because of its wide range of capabilities. This Trojan poses a serious threat to infected computers as it allows an attacker to collect a wealth of data including browser history, login credentials, cookies, files and folders, cryptowallet files and it can even be used as a loader to download other malware.



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