Class Malware

Malicious tools are malicious programs designed to automatically create viruses, worms, or Trojans, conduct DoS attacks on remote servers, hack other computers, etc. Unlike viruses, worms, and Trojans, malware in this subclass does not present a direct threat to the computer it runs on, and the program’s malicious payload is only delivered on the direct order of the user.

Description DoS

DoS programs are designed to conduct DoS (Denial of Service) attacks on a victim computer. Essentially, these attacks send numerous requests to a remote computer, and if the computer does not have enough resources to process all the incoming requests, the result will be a denial of service.


Android is an open-source operating system developed by Google for mobile devices, such as tablets, smartphones, and watches. Based on a Linux kernel and the Dalvik virtual machine (older versions) / Android Runtime environment (newer versions).


Malicious programs of this family request administrator rights and then make themselves invisible in the list of installed apps. This malware can intercept the user’s personal data, such as SMS messages, MMS messages, and USSD requests. The program can redirect incoming calls to the phone numbers of cybercriminals. Phone numbers, the texts of the messages to be intercepted, and cybercriminal phone numbers for redirecting calls are downloaded from the command-and-control server.
Programs of this family interfere with bank apps, such as the Commerzbank app or Google Play. When the user tries to open one of these legitimate apps, the malware replaces the genuine app window with a phishing window that asks for banking information. The user’s stolen data is sent to the cybercriminals.

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