Win32/Bradop a Trojan that steals data from affected computer users including user names, passwords, financial credentials such as login and credit card information for payments, tax returns, website/domain administration accounts, account and login credentials for the certain online service providers Brazilian banks’ customers. The gathered and stolen data is then secretly transfered to remote attackers via numerous electronic ways. Win32/Bradop propagates via Bradop spam email attachments that carry a certain image. Win32/Bradop emerges when the affected PC user clicks on the image, which is a hyperlink to the Bradop downloader component, found as TrojanDownloader:Win32/Bradop.A. TrojanDownloader:Win32/Bradop.A is the component damaging activities. The links to both the falsified attachment image and the TrojanSpy use the shortening service Bitly URL.
How Can You Detect Win32/Bradop?