PowerPoint Zero Day Attack Points to Corporate Espionage
A second Trojan used in the latest zero-day attack against Microsoft Office contains characteristics that pinpoint corporate espionage as the main motive, according to virus hunters tracking the threat.
According to an alert from Symantec, a backdoor called Trojan.Riler.F is installing itself as a layered service provider, or LSP, allowing it access to every piece of data entering and leaving the infected computer. PowerPoint Zero-Day Attack Points to Corporate Espionage
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