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Keylogging Trojan malware could cause hacking spike

Recently, security researchers at LMNTRIX Labs reported a new variant of an older Trojan called Nanocore V1.2.2 which comes equip with key logging and other dangerous capabilities. The report states that this new version has been found available on the Dark Web and is mainly distributed through phishing attacks with current campaigns designed to look like invoices or purchase orders. According to researchers, "Anytime an exploit kit or RAT kit is made available for free, it leads to an explosion of campaigns using the malware."



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