"It supports 64-bit versions of Windows and is able to monitor many more applications," The H Security reports.
"The 'big brother' of the Trojan analysed by the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) is made up of five files," the article states. "They were found in an installation program by the name of scuinst.exe (Skype CaptureUnit Installer), recently detected by F-Secure."
Go to "Kaspersky discovers new version of German state-sponsored trojan" to read the details.
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