Malware Security Alerts Weekly Report for September 15 - 21, 2019

This week, the SpyHunter malware research team has highlighted a weekly roundup of common and critical malware threats that are currently affecting computers around the world. Take a look at this week's report and stay ahead of trending malware threats!

Malware Security Alerts of the Week

Trojan.Danabot Screenshot

Trojan.Danabot

DanaBot is a Banking Trojan that was detected by malware researchers in May 2018. The DanaBot Trojan was used to compromise users in Australia primarily and has a modular structure that enables it to do much more than simply grabbing credentials from infected systems. Read more

Nuksus Ransomware Screenshot

Nuksus Ransomware

Nuksus Ransomware is a data-locking Trojan, which belongs to the STOP Ransomware family. It is not clear what are the propagation methods employed by the creators of the Nuksus Ransomware. Some believe that the authors of this ransomware threat may have used the most common methods to spread their creation – fake application updates, bogus pirated versions of legitimate software, and mass spam email campaigns. Read more

Plague17 Ransomware Screenshot

Plague17 Ransomware

Plague17 Ransomware (Plague Ransomware) is a vicious malware threat that encrypts specific document types on a targeted computer. The files, once targeted by Plague17 Ransomware, will be encrypted and locked, which will prevent users from accessing. Plague17 Ransomware will offer restoring of the files but only by paying a demanded ransom fee. Read more

Trojan.LokiStealer Screenshot

Trojan.LokiStealer

The Trojan.LokiStealer malware threat appears to be mainly used for allowing hackers to obtain remote access or a gateway to infected systems where the data stored on the system's hard drive may be stolen and pilfered. Read more

Trojan.Asruex Screenshot

Trojan.Asruex

The Asruex Trojan has been pestering users for years. If this threat manages to infiltrate your system, it has the full capabilities to gain complete control over your PC. What is even worse is that cybercriminals appear to have developed a new, updated variant of the Asruex backdoor Trojan. Read more

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