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The malware is based on the leaked code of Zeus and RAM-scraping malware.
The new Zeus variant employs AES-128 encryption as opposed to the older RC4 cipher used by other Zeus iterations.
Researchers have discovered a variant of one of the most active banking trojans, Bugat, that features new attack techniques taken from the Gameover Zeus malware.
An advisory published Tuesday by PLXsert warns Fortune 500 companies of an evolving Zeus crimeware kit threat.
An update to the P2P Zeus banking trojan results in the installation of a rootkit driver that makes deleting the malware even tougher.
The Gameover variant of the Zeus trojan is targeting employment sites Monster and CareerBuilder, according to F-Secure researchers.
The Gameover variant of the nefarious Zeus trojan was disrupted in early June, but researchers with Malcovery are observing a return.
The most active banking trojan of 2013 was the Gameover variant Zeus, according to the latest research by the experts with the Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit.
Emails purporting to come from Starbucks actually come attached with a modified version of the Zeus banking trojan, but numerous spelling and grammar mistakes should give the scam away.
Anti-virus company Comodo has identified a variant of the infamous Zeus trojan that is avoiding detection by using a valid digital signature.
Phishing emails containing a Zeus trojan are coming from alleged neighbors, who claim to have information to share from an attorney.
A new variant of the nefarious Zeus banking trojan is concealed in JPG image files, according to the collaborative findings of two researchers.
Arbor Networks used data from five sinkholes to assess the threat posed by newGOZ, a Zeus variant that steals banking credentials from victims.
Spammers, pretending to be a manufacturer of toiletries, are targeting major banks and social media networks with the Gameover variant of the nefarious Zeus trojan.
A variant of the Zeus P2P/Gameover trojan has been identified that will allow an attacker to take over the account of anyone using China's biggest Bitcoin platform, BTC China.
The Gameover variant of the nefarious Zeus banking trojan has recently been observed sneaking past defenses as an encrypted EXE file, according to researchers with Malcovery.
Nine individuals are charged in an operation dating back to 2009, which involved infecting computers with the Zeus trojan and using the malware to steal millions.
A U.S. baseball team's trade conversations were posted online and billions of dollars were stolen from Brazil this week. Plus, a new malware strain is showing up in the U.S. For a deeper look at these news bits, click here to visit our news section.
Researchers at RSA noted the "battle of the botmasters" taking place.
Infected users are forced to contend with open windows, which are actually legitimate sites being displayed on their desktops.