• The banking malware scourge

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

    ITKE346,400 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    ITKE346,400 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 Stafford2,895 pointsBadges:
  • Phel Trojan targets Windows flaw

    'Phel-A' targets one of the recently discovered security holes in Windows. Microsoft is investigating the flaws and blasting the organization that released details.

    SearchCIOMidmarket9,485 pointsBadges:
  • Trojans target Sony DRM and Windows

    Security researchers track two new Trojan horses. One exploits the Sony DRM program. The other could possibly take aim at the Windows flaw Microsoft patched this week.

    SearchCIOMidmarket9,485 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    searchsecurity21,075 pointsBadges:
  • The Vobfus worm and Beebone Trojan: How malware downloads more malware

    The Vobfus worm downloads variants of the Beebone Trojan and vice versa. Discover how to defend your enterprise from malware that downloads malware.

    editor13,465 pointsBadges:
  • Following Stuxnet Trojan, NERC security chief calls for rugged software

    The Stuxnet malware has highlighted the need for software with fewer defects and is an "indictment on the IT business in general," according to the security chief at NERC.

    searchsecurity21,075 pointsBadges:

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