ERT Threat Alert – New Trojan Found: Admin.HLP Attacks Organization Data

Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) research Lab released a threat alert regarding a newly discovered Trojan Key Logger named Admin.HLP that was detected today for the first time within one of its customer’s servers.

Admin.HLP, is malicious software that monitors keystrokes on the victim’s computer, collects user passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive information. Then it sends all the stolen data out of the organization to the attackers’ remote servers over secured HTTPS connection.

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