• Vawtrak’s back: Multilayered banking Trojan reemerges

    Heimdal Security researchers have found new cases of the nesting-doll financial malware, while Fortinet researchers peels back the layers to reveal its surprising intricacies.

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  • Banking Trojans decline, but financial malware threat persists

    A new Symantec report shows a significant fall in banking malware infections in 2014, but the company warns that malware remains a threat to financial firms.

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  • Gumblar Trojan drive-by exploits spike following Adobe update

    The FTP harvesting Trojan is spreading through legitimate websites, infecting victims in a series of drive-by attacks targeting Web application vulnerabilities.

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  • RSA warns about ‘KINS’ banking Trojan

    RSA is warning that a new banking Trojan, 'KINS,' with architectural similarities to previous Trojans, may start hitting PCs soon.

    SJohnson2280 pointsBadges:
  • The banking malware scourge

    Criminals are using the Zeus banking Trojan and other malware to hijack online business banking accounts.

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • Improved Shylock Trojan targets banking users

    The latest variant of the banking Trojan is causing numerous problems, Symantec said.

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  • Problems connecting to 128-bit Web sites after virus removed

    I had a virus called Trojan horse Dropper SmallEU which was found by my AVG tester. It was fixed, but now I do not have a 128-bit SSL security on my browser. This prevents me from performing my online banking etc. How can I regain SSL security without having to reboot my system? My PC details are:...

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • Fake Microsoft patch email sends users to Trojan Horse

    A bogus patch update claiming to be from Microsoft is the latest phishing scam to keep IT managers on their toes.

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • PC problems after reformatting hard drive

    I found four viruses and three backdoor Trojans on my PC. Microsoft suggested reformatting hard drive. I backed up only my docs. The PC was working fine, no problems with any devices, etc. I reformatted using Win2K Pro, deleted partitions, though it left the old PC name. I installed Win2K Pro,...

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • Red Hat tips: Beating Trojan horses and backup blues

    Red Hat Linux expert Mark Sobell describes a dangerous type of Trojan horse attack and how to repel it. Then, he offers up some handy backup tools.

    Jan Stafford3,080 pointsBadges:

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