The Low-Down on Daonol

A relatively new trojan has been making the rounds and causing some problems, particularly on Windows XP systems. Trojan:Win32/Daonol
is malware which hooks various system calls in order to steal
credential information and redirect some web traffic. It also protects
itself by keeping some security-related software from running. Read the full story [TechNet].

A relatively new trojan has been making the rounds and causing some problems, particularly on Windows XP systems. Trojan:Win32/Daonol
is malware which hooks various system calls in order to steal
credential information and redirect some web traffic. It also protects
itself by keeping some security-related software from running. Read the full story [TechNet].

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