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GoMPlayer contains malware after update
McAfee warns of an infectious variant of GoMPlayer, a media player for Windows. Installing the infected versions unnoticed backdoor allowing attackers to malware sites. Secondarily on the system
The malware GoMPlayer, a popular media player, listens to the name FBPZ! and is detected by McAfee in six variants. It involves both 32bit and 64bit versions in infected versions of GoMPlayer. According to McAfee, there are zip files of GoMPlayer in circulation that have been infected while there are also versions would have discovered that the malware enters via a software update.
If FBPZ! a Windows system is infected by injecting into explorer.exe malware opens a gate allowing a remote attacker has full access to the affected computer. Then all kinds of malware can be placed on the system. It is still unclear how the malware has come into circulation. Malware in GoMPlayerViewing:-143
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