Bargain-basement credentials stealing malware picks on browsers
“Ovidiy,” a recently discovered credentials stealing malware that targets primarily browsers, is being marketed primarily to Russian speakers at the very affordable price of approximately $7-$13 (or 450-750 rubles) per individual build.
In a Thursday blog post detailing the malware, Proofpoint said that Ovidiy has been under “constant development” since its researchers first observed it in June. The customizable credentials stealer is sold in individual modules, each one built to target a different application, including FileZilla, Google Chrome, Kometa, Amigo, Torch, Orbitum, and Opera.
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