Return of password stealer Trojan
With more than 2700 computers in 120 countries being infected with a new variant of the Briz Trojan, international security experts have resumed discussion on the threat, the strategies, processes and technology to deal with the challenges of the changing threat environment.
The genesis of Briz.I,a password stealer type Trojan can be traced back to an earlier scam which offered made-to-order versions of Briz for $990.Threats posed by Briz.I are galore. Simulating an Internet Explorer process under the name of "iexplore.exe", it can steal passwords and online banking details, prevent users from accessing websites belonging to certain anti-virus companies and allows the computer to be used as a gateway to connect to ot...
» SPAMfighter News - 6/15/2006
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