Malicious software steals data about system reliability: information about installations, updates, errors, and work problems. Usually they are automatically stored on the device in one of the folders, write lenta.ru.
The TrickBot virus is spread by unknown cyber criminals via email. The messages were issued as an official mailing list from the bank: the letter was accompanied by an organization logo and file security message.
In the bulletin fraudster asks the victim to open the attached document. It contains a malicious macro that loads Trojans to the device. Experts note that the spread of such viruses has become a classic hacking technique.
Experts clarify that a number of anti-virus programs can detect and stop TrickBot actions in time. However, users still need to be careful not to open files that are received from unknown ones.
Previously, researchers at the Zero Day Initiative discovered zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows 7. This allowed hackers to execute arbitrary code and install viruses on computers remotely. Although expert reports are detailed, the company does not eliminate the problem in 4 months.