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AZORult Malware Infects Victims via Fake ProtonVPN Installer
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The AZORult malware is an ever-changing, information-stealing Trojan that currently sells for about $100 on underground Russian websites. The malware has been discovered in several large-scale campaigns and has been used as a dropper for other ransomware and info/cryptocurrency stealing programs. The goal of AZORult is data collection which includes passwords, cookies, crypto and banking credentials, and other information about its victims.
The scary part is that the malware was distributed through a fake ProtonVPN website which looks exactly like the real one. Instead of downloading some security software however, the visitor of the site would download the malware which would then be installed and begin its data collection routine.
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