Trojan-laden malware remains a huge problem for enterprises and individual users alike. As noted by Palo Alto Networks, some cybercriminals are targeting users with creative Mac OS X malware that uses a PDF detailing Russian space program projects over the next decade as a decoy to infect systems with information-stealing code. Softpedia, meanwhile, reported that enterprises have more to fear from a new set of brute-force remote desktop protocol (RDP) attacks that use a backdoor Trojan to infect connected servers and grab everything from banking credentials to tax data and browser cookies. Here’s a look at the new RDP risk.
Dave Burton https://www.guardicore.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/guardicore-logo-white-space.png Dave Burton2016-10-04 06:33:172016-10-04 06:33:17Ravaging RDP Servers? Backdoor Trojan Ramps Up Enterprise Risk