Brand New Mode of Criminals to Steal Internet Passwords
BitDefender's antivirus research labs have detected a latest and unusual malware spreading in the Internet world. Cyber criminals have created this malware to obtain the Internet passwords of the users via their browser.
This fresh online threat called Trojan.PWS.ChromeInject has been designed to deliver onto a compromised PC by other malware so as to facilitate its subsequent download into the plug-in folder of Mozilla Firefox.
Security experts at BitDefender revealed that once the malware gets installed, it becomes active every time the Firefox is opened. This Trojan keeps a track of password and transactions by targeting a list of selected bank websites.
However, the Trojan concealed as a Firefox plug-in appears...
» SPAMfighter News - 12-12-2008
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