A new strain of malware grants attackers access to all victim communication, including messages encrypted by SSL, upon successful infection. An attack begins when a user receives a phishing message that contains a bundle for the malware, known as OSX/Dok, in a .zip archive called Dokument.zip. The malware bundle goes by the name “Truesteer.AppStore.” One […]… Read More
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