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October 15th, 2009

Kavo – a neverending story?

Hello again, this time I would like to present a story of one successful malware family. Why successful? Because it established a new way of spreading some time ago and mainly because it always scored very well in our statistics of malware detected in the wild. And what’s Kavo? It’s a name derived from the filenames of some binaries used by the malware family (kavo0.dll, kavo1.dll etc.). The malware family is known under different names such as Oliga, Kavos, Kamso, OnLineGames, Taterf etc.

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