Nemim malware steals email and browser data

« Go back

A malware called "Nemin" is being used to steal the credentials of the user browsers, mail accounts and other applications, according to Symantec security researchers.

The research team says that recent samples of this malware were digitally signed with certificates stolen for the purpose of infecting users.
The latest variant of the malware includes infection, downloading and data-stealing components. It spreads through phishing emails and has been detected especially in the U.S. and Japan, although infections have also been reported in India and the UK.

Related links