AhnLab Warns of Rising SpyEye Malicious Code Threat in US

AhnLab, Inc. (www.ahnlab.com), a leading provider of integrated security solutions, today announced that its research has identified a significant majority of the domains and hosts for the SpyEye Banking Trojan are in the US. The malicious code has gained attention as of late for the threat it poses to online…

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SpyEye banking malware learns to cover its tracks

Takeaway: SpyEye banking malware has added a new feature to its arsenal that takes advantage of “paperless” statements by hiding the fact that your bank account has been compromised. The infamous SpyEye banking Trojan has a new trick up its sleeve: a feature that keeps fraud victims in the dark…

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SpyEye bank Trojan picks up new fraud hiding tricks

A powerful bank fraud software program, SpyEye, has been seen with a feature designed to keep victims in the dark long after fraud has taken place, according to security vendor Trusteer. SpyEye is notable for its ability to inject new fields into a web page, a technique called HTML injection,…

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SpyEye Malware Borrows Zeus Trick to Mask Fraud

A powerful bank-fraud software program, SpyEye, has been seen with a feature designed to keep victims in the dark long after fraud has taken place, according to security vendor Trusteer. SpyEye is notable for its ability to inject new fields into a Web page, a technique called HTML injection, which…

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SpyEye online banking Trojan stealing customer text messages

Researchers from browser security vendor Trusteer have identified a new variant of the SpyEye financial Trojan that tricks online banking users into changing the phone numbers associated with their accounts. “The Trusteer research team recently uncovered a stealth new attack carried out by the SpyEye Trojan that circumvents mobile SMS…

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SpyEye malware toolkit hits Android devices

The SpyEye malicious toolkit, which has made botnets out of computers running Microsoft’s Windows operating system, now threatens devices running Google’s Android as well. Computer security firm Sophos said SpyEye, designed to steal banking credentials and confidential data, appeared to make the Android version some months after “competitor” Zeus did…

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SpyEye malware tookit hits Android devices

The SpyEye malicious toolkit, which has made botnets out of computers running Microsoft’s Windows operating system, now threatens devices running Google’s Android as well. Computer security firm Sophos said SpyEye, designed to steal banking credentials and confidential data, appeared to make the Android version some months after “competitor” Zeus did…

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