• Mini guide: How to remove and prevent Trojans, malware and spyware

    Organizations need to learn how to implement proper protections and understand best practices for malware defense in order to keep their network environments secure. In this mini guide you will learn how to prevent, remove and stop types of malware including Trojan viruses and spyware from...

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  • Bank Trojan used against German accounts evades antifraud systems

    Finjan researchers say case in which criminals used a bank Trojan to target German online bank customers and steal money represents a new level of cybercrime sophistication

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  • Evolution of online banking malware: Tatanarg Trojan and OddJob Trojan

    Online banking credentials are one of the most lucrative bits of information available to steal. Expert Nick Lewis advises how to keep cutting-edge Trojans off company machines.

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  • Is n-CASE a Trojan horse?

    Doesn't n-CASE adware from 180Solutions seem like a Trojan horse?

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  • Trojans target online gamers, put businesses at risk

    Chances are you've got employees playing online games at work. But they're not just wasting time -- they're also putting your systems at risk.

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  • 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,...

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  • Security report finds rise in banking Trojans, adware, fewer viruses

    Panda Security's 2009 annual report finds banking Trojans and account credential stealers dominating the threat environment.

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  • Seeker Trojan exploits old Microsoft flaw

    Seeker Trojan exploits old Microsoft flaw

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  • Trojan downloaders, droppers skyrocket, Microsoft says

    The spread of Trojan horses via downloaders and droppers is multiplying rapidly, infecting nearly 19 million computer users in the second half of 2007.

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  • New Trojan, kernel-level rootkit have ‘frightening capabilities’

    Thousands of users already are at risk after being infected with the Alcra worm, whose payload takes Trojans to a whole new level.

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