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"ThreatScope analysis, part of our CSI service, shows that the malware is part of the Cridex family," a Websense spokesperson said in a statement. "It drops files into the Application Data and Temp folders, and then injects code into other processes running on the computer, for example Internet Explorer and Adobe Reader. After this, it accesses a Bot network where the attacker can instruct the malware to take further actions."