As expected, variants of the infamous Zeus banking Trojan are becoming more adept at hiding their presence from users and AV solutions, and at preventing malware analysis tools from examining them.
When Microsoft and various law enforcement agencies around the world disrupted the ZeroAccess botnet at the beginning of December, they did not expect to fully eliminate it.
Researchers from Russian AV company Doctor Web have managed to get their hands on a Trojan aimed at recording and collecting card information from one of the most widespread ATM machine types.
Infamous banking Trojan Zeus can now be used to steal information via 64-bit versions of web browsers, and has the capability of connecting to its C&C server via the Tor anonymity network, Kaspersky Lab researchers have shared.
A worrisome email notifying users that their MasterCard debit card has been blocked just when most of them are trying to do their holiday shopping has been landing in inboxes around the world, warns MXLab.
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