Poker rootkit turns players into losers

Thursday, 18 May 2006, 12:14 AM EST

An online tool billed as able to calculate the amount of money taken by poker sites is actually malware designed to steal online poker players' login details.

The rakeback calculator RBCalc.exe, which was distributed on gaming site Checkraised.com, creates a backdoor into users' computers to covertly store gamblers' information.

At vnunet.

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