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WSJ Explains the problem, and we are the solution.

There's a blog over on the WSJ about how cyber-criminals are targeting Small and Medium businesses, and stealing money using the Zeus and Spyeye trojans, which we block.

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Is there anything in Ukraine except cyber crime?

On the Kaspersky SecureList blog there's an interesting post about recent developments for the SpyEye malware. The blogger explains how SpyEye supports a nice plugin architecture and how he examined an interesting new plugin that downloads a flash plugin for certain banking sites which can then switch on the victim's webcam and stream the data back to the crooks.

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Blocking Bot 'Call Homes' Can Stop You Losing $250,000

Over the last couple of days, Brian Krebs has reported about ACH fraud that is driven by ZeuS and SpyEye trojans/bots. Although the case law is limited it seems like banks have little or no liability if a trojan steals bank login details and, as a result, an organization's bank account is emptied.

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Now blocking SpyEye C&C hosts

One of our malware research partners - abuse.ch - has started tracking the SpyEye C&C (command & control) hosts in the same way that it has been tracking the ZeuS C&C hosts.

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