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“As a tool that can be used by hackers to conduct identity fraud, Cyber Lover demonstrates an unprecedented level of social engineering,” Sergei Shevchenko, Senior Malware Analyst at PC Tools, said in a statement.
“It employs highly intelligent and customized dialogue to target users of social networking systems.” He said the program “can monitor Internet browser activity, automatically recognize and fill in the fields in the web pages, generate keystrokes and mouse clicks, and post messages, URLs, files and photos.” “It can do exactly what users normally do when they are online, only in an automated pre-programmed way.” The Cyber site denied the program did anything wrong, saying it only gathered information that chatroom users themselves were volunteering.
Cyber Lover’s website explains that the settings on its program can be changed to attract men, persuade people to visit a website or encourage them to top up mobile telephone credit, and that all the data collected will be stored.
A spokesman for PC Tools said the program had a “terrifyingly well-organized” interaction that could fool users into giving up personal details and could easily be converted to work in other languages.
An Australian anti-virus software firm, PC Tools, has warned that the software could be abused by identity fraudsters trying to harvest people’s personal details online.
The Russian site denied it was intended for identity fraud.
girls, exchange photos and perhaps even a contact phone number,” it states.
Chatrooms have developed into a popular social networking section of the internet, where people can converse anonymously by keyboard on any topic, from flirting to fishing.
“The program can find no more information than the user is prepared to provide,” one of the site’s employees, who gave his name only as Alexander, said in an emailed reply to Reuters questions.