Alert: Terdot Trojan Could Be Monitoring Your Social Media Accounts

The newest Trojan making the rounds is “Terdot”. It uses infected email attachments to spread and has targeted users in the US, Canada, the UK, Germany and Australia. It is based on the Zeus banking Trojan. Find out what you need to do to stay safe. 

What’s different is that it is using social media accounts to spread the malware. It can post links to downloadable copies of the malware. It can also steal account login information and cookies. This means its operators can hijack the social network account and could resell access to it.

Here’s 3 Things You Should Do Today To Make Sure You Are Safe: 

  1. Run a FixMeStick scan – if you do have something hiding on your system FixMeStick will remove it.
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