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ESET has discovered a Trojan that steals Litecoins

trojan blueΗ Eset announced that a new Trojan was stolen Litecoins. Typically, trojan that steal passwords install one keylogger on the victim's computer, which records that it is typing and sending the information recorded to the attackers. However, some keyloggers only record keystrokes for specific types of online transactions, and others are only made to have only one feature.

This particular trojan, which is detected by ESET like MSIL / PSW.LiteCoin.A, is extremely simple. The only thing that is programmed to do is try to send the file wallet.dat of the victim on an FTP server, which is controlled by the attacker. The Trojan code is written with C #.

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