The new cyberespinage toolkit from the middle East has been studied and researchers have offered different ways to check for the malware.
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Karpersky Lab which released information identifying Gauss, posted the tools that can detect the new malware.
Gauss can steal sensitive data, including browser passwords, online banking accounts, cookies and system configurations.
A virus removal tool called Kaspersky virus "removal tool". The other option is check online. Using web page provided by Hungarian research lab CrySyS
to scan for the virus.
Check your system and protect it .