This malware looks for the following strings first before its executing malicious routine:
btn btn --arrrow btn-full
It replace the < button tags with < button id="idbtn1".
It wont continue to its malicious routine if found the following strings:
digo de seguran
digo de Seguran
It monitors all visited websites and gathers the following information:
HTML input elements with the ff. types:
It also triggers its malicious routine when following buttons are clicked:
It won't continue to its malicious routine if developers tools/ debugger is open in the browser.
Minimum Scan Engine: 9.850
FIRST VSAPI PATTERN FILE: 14.824.02
FIRST VSAPI PATTERN DATE: 19 Feb 2019
VSAPI OPR PATTERN File: 14.825.00
VSAPI OPR PATTERN Date: 20 Feb 2019
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