Security researchers have discovered a cross-platform backdoor by name of DropboxCache. Initially detected in Linux systems, it has spread to Windows machines as well. Even further, due to the nature of this software – designed to be platform independent – we may eventually see a Mac OS X variant, too.
This backdoor allows an attacker to take complete control over a victim’s system. It enables the ability to capture audio, take screenshots, and is capable of keylogging.
DropboxCache reaches out to a Command and Control server every minute, receiving data and commands via TCP port 433 using AES encryption.
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