According to Sentinel Labs, the malware, called “Gyges,” targets Windows 7 and 8 users running 32 and 64-bit versions of the platforms. Researchers discovered the new Gyges variant in mid-April due to its sophisticated evasion techniques, which allow it to bypass anti-virus and sandboxing solutions.
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