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New bitcoin scam installs ransomware or info-stealer malware on victim’s computer

New bitcoin scam installs ransomware or info-stealer malware on victim’s computer
  • When researher Frost initially analyzed this scam, the malicious payload was found to be ‘Marozka Tear’ ransomware.
  • Frost noted that the scam now pushes an info-stealer malware ‘Baldr’ that attempts to steal login credentials for all the sites visited, take screenshots, retrieve browser history, steal files and cryptocurrency wallets.

A new bitcoin scam that promises to earn you $15-45 Bitcoin in a day for free and automatically, installs ransomware or info-stealer malware on victim’s computer.

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