This new phishing attack uses an odd lure to deliver Windows trojan malware

A new phishing campaign is attempting to lure victims into downloading malware which gives cyber criminals full control over infected Microsoft Windows machines. Quaverse Remote Access Trojan (QRat) first emerged in 2015 and has remained successful because it’s both difficult to detect under multiple layers of obfuscation and provides malicious hackers with remote access to computers of compromised victims.

Link: This new phishing attack uses an odd lure to deliver Windows trojan malware
via http://www.zdnet.com

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