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Security researchers have analyzed a new version of the notorious ZeuS banking Trojan. The new variant, ZeusVM, is designed to retrieve its configuration file from an image. Experts from Malwarebytes and French security researcher Xylitol have noticed that alongside other components, the malware is retrieving a JPG image from a server. A closer analysis of […]

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Security researchers at Intego shined a light on a piece of Mac malware with some new tricks up its sleeve. Researchers at Intego reported that a new variant of a rootkit detected as OSX/Crisis had reached their malware labs. Like previousvariants,OSX/Crisis.C is delivered via a dropper that installs silently, without requiring a password, and works […]

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Banking Trojans traditionally use configuration files that have been stored on the computer being attacked. These configuration files contain the addresses of the compromised websites, and the code, called the Webinject, which they are seeking to add to these websites via the banking Trojans. This code is then responsible for stealing access data and personal […]

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