Kiazha is a trojan that operates on Symbian Series 60 2nd Edition devices.
Trojan:SymbOS/Kiazha is a trojan that attempts to ransom money from the user of the device.
It is distributed as a component of Trojan:SymbOS/MultiDropper.A.
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The following details describe variant Kiazha.A.
Trojan:SymbOS/Kiazha.A is a Trojan that is dropped onto compromised devices by Trojan:SymbOS/Multidropper.A.
When the trojan is installed, it creates the following files:
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