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WebMD has issued a statement claiming it is the “most widely used malware” on the internet, and the most prolific cybercriminal on the planet.

The statement says that its malware has been used to steal money, take control of government and other businesses, and steal information about the users’ personal lives.

“It’s a very sophisticated, sophisticated cybercriminal,” said David Walker, a cybercriminal specialist with cybersecurity firm Sophos.

“The cybercriminals that we know of are very, very sophisticated and they use a lot of different things to do it.”

A spokesperson for Symantec said that the company had not received any specific threat against its products and that the site was offline at the time of writing.

But Symantech’s website said that “the malware was first discovered in 2014 by an academic working at the University of Virginia”.

Symantek said it had taken the issue “very seriously” and had launched an investigation.

Facebook said it “rejects all threats against its systems”.

Microsoft has said it was investigating the issue.

Microsoft said that it was aware of the problem and had removed the malware from the internet.

The spokesperson for Google said that its researchers were looking into it.

“We are aware of a potential security issue with the Trojan web site, and have already taken steps to prevent it from running in the future,” a spokesperson said.

Facebook also said it did not have a specific threat and that it would continue to review the issue, but that it had removed it from the Internet.

Microsoft, Symantebox, and Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

“In this day and age, there are so many threats out there that we have to be careful about,” said Mr Walker.

“And when you have a virus like Trojan, it can take down websites, it may take down social media, it’s just one of those things that can take out an entire country.”

The Trojan web-site, known as Trojan.com, is believed to have been launched on the evening of September 28, 2016.

It appears to have infected the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, where users store their sensitive data.

The malware appears to be based on a popular Linux program called Malwarebytes’ Pwnium scanner, which is based on the Pwnie software.

It is believed that the malware was written by someone in the UK who had access to the software, according to Symantepac.

“A lot of the malware is very simple, but the Trojan site is a really advanced piece of malware that is used to run multiple attacks on a target system,” Mr Walker said.

The site uses the Tor network, a proxy, and an email address that was provided by the UK’s National Crime Agency.

“These are pretty common things for cybercrimics to do, because they can get away with it for a lot less money than if they’re doing it in real life,” Mr Davis said.

“They’ll just get paid by someone else, but it’s a huge amount of money to someone who’s only getting paid by the criminal.”

If someone is doing a lot more of that kind of thing, then they’ll be paying a lot in legal fees.

It’s like a honeypot.

“The malware has since been found on other sites, including Microsoft’s Xbox Live service, Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Dynamics 365.

It was also found on a Facebook page for a popular video game, and on an email service used by the US Secret Service, according the report.

The Trojan website claims that it can be used to “download, execute and steal confidential data”.

The Trojan also uses the HTTP header to hide the source of the download, the researchers said.

It has been reported to Microsoft’s Security Team, which said that there were no reported instances of it affecting the company’s products.

This is not the first time the Trojan has been seen in use by cybercriminal groups to steal personal data,” he said. ®