A Trojan-Proxy, hidden in cracked software available on unauthorized websites, has been identified by cyber security researchers. The Trojan, capable of compromising devices, is distributed within fake .PKG installers, which differ from legitimate disk images. The Trojan grants itself administrator permissions and communicates covertly with a command-control server. Versions targeting Android and Windows have also been found.
The recent cyber attack on Change Healthcare disrupted healthcare operations and impacted around a third of US patient records. The American Hospital Association, UnitedHealth Group