There are several versions of Coopersteeler. Someone is trying to get an ID for a Google Account.

Malware called Coopersteeler has re-emerged, the first and most dangerous version of which is trying to capture Facebook passwords. Docrador. According to the portal, the malware, which will be available from 2019, also includes a variant of trying to get IDs for Google and Apple accounts.

The virus can enter computers through crack files and pages called core generators that are not part of the original software version. Cybersecurity experts say that malware does not just steal passwords:

By logging into the system, you can install programs from questionable sources.

According to expert reports, the malware mainly targets commercially operated Instagram and Facebook accounts, but does not render similarly registered Twitter channels.

ProofPoint, Facebook and CloudFlare work together to prevent the spread of the virus.

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