Once set up in the system, Trojan.Belonard replaces the list of available game servers in the game client and creates proxies on the infected computer to spread the Trojan. As a rule, proxy servers show a lower ping, so other players will see them at the top of the list. By selecting one of them, a player gets redirected to a malicious server where their computer become infected with Trojan.Belonard.
|2019-03-11 ⋅ Dr.Web ⋅ |
Study of the Belonard Trojan, exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities in Counter-Strike 1.6
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