Fiesta Malware targets IE Users Most
According to Prevx, a security firm, Fiesta, an automated tool for malware infection, is extremely successful in infiltrating computers that run Internet Explorer. The tool, say researchers, is loaded on Internet servers and utilized to distribute banking Trojans, adware and similar malicious programs.
The firm revealed that attacks targeting unpatched PDF browser-rendering security holes are on the top of the list of exploits the tool targets. Moreover, these holes are abused to spread malware through drive-by downloads attacks.
Security researchers further said that as the exploit tool is used for malware
» SPAMfighter News - 20-12-2008