Saturday, September 1, 2012 How Two Amateur Sleuths Looked for FinSpy Software

" (T)he spyware could grab images of computer screens, records Skype chats, turn on cameras and microphones and log keystrokes.

But what made it especially sophisticated was how well it flew under the radar. Its creators had specifically engineered it to elude antivirus makers like Kaspersky Lab, Symantec, F-Secure and others."

This combination Trojan and keylogger software probably has the blessing of NSA and exploits holes in both Windows and evades well known anit-virus and malware programs.

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