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New Info-Stealer Costs only $7


A malware creator speaking Russian language and using the handle "TheBottle" recently began trading one fresh info-stealer known as Ovidiy Stealer.


The particular malicious program is getting sold at a price of 450-750 Rubles ($7-$13) on one Russian online site. The malware costs such low amount because it is not similarly powerful as a lot of other commoditized malware stealing information.


This is truly astonishing since one lone make of credential seizer is just priced $7 to $13. In spite of the low cost, the infostealer's creator has crypted the malware's executables so it is difficult to find them as well as analyze. Thus, by paying just $7, any potential hacker can reach a tool which lets him filch credentials as well as avoid detection simultaneously. Techrepublic.com posted this on the Web dated July 14, 2017.


Written within '.NET,' 'Ovidiy Stealer' chiefly targets applications and browsers such as FileZilla, Amigo browser, Kometa browser, Google Chrome, Opera browser, Orbitum browser, and Torch browser. Chances are that Ovidiy Stealer is getting disseminated through e-mail attachments alternatively downloadable web-links. It's as well getting disseminated via keygen and file hosting websites.


Desirous buyers can purchase Ovidiy Stealer by visiting the malware's own website too. The website lists all supports and functions together with stats regarding the tool's rate of performance towards contaminating systems. The website further gives the various modules' ratings.


When the malware successfully figures out passwords within the applications it targets, they would be sent over to the malware user, thus endangering the victim as well as his organization of compromise.


There is an open sale and purchase of Ovidiy Stealer on a website that brags of support and functionalities which also includes statistics viewing and infected systems' log viewing for would-be clients. The entity taking the malware's payment on sale is RoboKassa that works in Russia like PayPal.


The malware creator has made a rookie error. For, security personnel can pull down his domain, alternatively rival creators can execute distributed denial of service assaults, dowsing his operation. The dealings are capable of letting trace Ovidiy Stealer creator's identity in real life.

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