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The malware is mostly used to swipe online banking usernames and passwords.
A massive hack attack we reported Thursday may still be targeting your computers. The hackers reportedly honed in on more than 75,000 computers around the world and even breached federal agencies, stealing passwords, corporate secrets and financial details.
A new type of computer virus has infected 75,000 computers including those at 10 federal agencies.
Activity by the notorious password-stealing Zeus botnet is already on the rebound, Krebs on Security reports.
Microsoft is taking new steps to eradicate the Zeus botnet.
Malware not being looked for on mobile devices; Zeus v3 targets Spain, Germany, UK, and USA banks,
Cybersolution uses real-time intel feeds, Zeus is back with terrorism-themed spam
P2P networks a treasure trove of leaked health care data, study finds; DHS contracts immixGroup to support C3