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Shylock/Caphaw Banking Trojan Network Disrupted

11
Jul
2014

The communication infrastructure used by the cybercriminals behind the Shylock malware to control the infected machines has been disrupted in an international law enforcement operation that also involved several private security companies. Shylock, also known as Caphaw, has been named so because, when analyzing a sample, security engineers found pieces of Shakespeares Merchant of Venice scattered in the code. This also brought it the name of The Merchant of Malice from some researchers…

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