The Trojan Virus Easy to Deceive Bitcoin System
Imagine one day you decide to use Bitcoin to pay, say, pizza. Copy the wallet address from the pizzeria site, enter the amount you want, then click the navigation button. Transfers happen, but pizza is gone. The pizza owner said they never received payment. What to Do Do not worry about man pizza – it all depends on CryptoShuffler.
In contrast to cryptoransomware, Trojan horses avoid sparkling results, instead of doing everything you can to load under the radar. It stays calm with computer reminders and checks the click-in / input clipboard of temporary storage space.
Once CryptoShuffler enters the cryptographic wallet address to the clipboard (it is difficult to distinguish this address by line length and some characters), it will change the address and the other. As a result, cryptographic delivery is actually running, in the amount indicated by the payer, not only consumers who are not pizzeria, but also CryptoShuffler prisoners.
After Troy Investigation, Kaspersky Lab found that not only targeted Bitcoin malware, but also with Ethnic, Zcash, Monero, Dash, Dogecoin (yes, really), as well as other secret traditions. Bitcoin portfolio to repay cheaper jobs for Trojan horses – during the issuance, the attacker has left more than 23 BTC (about 140,000 USD at the current exchange rate).
It was found that other cryptographic currency portfolios for older than CryptoShuffler had a sum of tens of thousands of dollars.
Trojan horses take more than a year to raise money. The peak work at the end of 2016 followed a decline, but CryptoShuffler became strong in June 2017.
This Trojani clearly shows that computers with illness or smartphones are not always cool or display a message of redemption. In contrast, many types of malware try to keep the profile down and work stealing; If they are not yet available, more money will be invested in the creator.
Therefore, our recommendation is that all cryptographic users are kept and protected. Our products look at CryptoShuffler like Trojan-Banker.Win32.CryptoShuffler.gen and, most importantly, block all of its activity.