Kaspersky experts recently discovered a backdoor dubbed Plurox that can spread itself over a local network and can allow installing additional malware. Kaspersky experts discovered the Plurox backdoor in February, it can spread itself over a local network and could be used by attackers to install additional malware. The Plurox backdoor is written in C and compiled with Mingw GCC, it communicates with the command and control (C&C) server using the TCP protocol. The malware has a modular structure, it uses a variety of plugins to implements its functionalities. “The analysis showed the malware to have a few quite unpleasant features.
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