Malicious Code

Cryptographic mining malware has been found that masquerades as a fake Adobe Flash update. Cryptojacking, a unit of Palo Alto Networks, Unit 42, is a compound word of cryptography and abduction that is used to create malicious code on smartphones, .

According to the announcement, this malicious code secretly exploits Monroe using PC resources. In addition, it replicates pop-up notifications in Adobe’s official program, and when you download, it actually updates the latest version of Flash on your PC. It’s a fake flash update, but it’s also harder to recognize the fact that the malware was planted, and it even updates the latest flash. For more information, please click here .



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