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Etay Maor, fraud prevention manager at Trusteer, said progress in understanding cyber crime should be welcomed, but that in many cases people running botnets do not reside in the place where the crime takes place.
Just like any market, that of malware and web-injects is subject to changes, and Trusteer has found that, while bulk pricing has been popular in the past, web-inject software writers are producing code with specific features.
Insecurity outfit Trusteer has discovered a trojan named after charismatic Bond villain OddJob.
Microsoft announced last month that its MRST now has the capacity to detect and remove malware such as Zeus, however private firm Trusteer has tested the tool which apparently has major flaws in its protection.
All hail Zeus! According to financial safeguarding outfit Trusteer, Zbot - or Zeus - is combing and targeting online banking customers of 15 major financial institutions in the US and tinkering about with previously secure, common credit card security programs.
Insecurity experts at Trusteer have warned that the Zeus botnet which has been crafted to nick online banking details is back and kicking.
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