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"Linux malware: Second screen-grabbing Trojan surfaces in space of a week",ZDNet


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Posted 22 January 2016 - 09:44 AM

Malware researchers at a Russian security firm have identified a new Trojan for Linux devices that takes screenshots and logs keystrokes.

According to researchers at security firm Dr Web, there are signs that suggest that the Linux spyware, labelled Linux.BackDoor.Xunpes.1, has been designed to target Bitcoin ATMs from a Spain-based startup called Pay MaQ.

Dr Web's researchers point to a 'dropper' or installer package for the malware, which launches a login page bearing Pay MaQ's logo.


Source: http://www.zdnet.com/article/linux-malware-second-screen-grabbing-trojan-surfaces-in-space-of-a-week/

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