Posts Tagged: ZeuS

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    ZeuS Ransomware Feature: win_unlock

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    Earlier today, while doing our daily data mining, we came across a new variant of ZeuS 2.x. It includes a new backdoor command called: win_unlock. Very interesting, turns out this slightly modified ZeuS 2.x includes a ransomware feature. When this particular variant is executed, it opens Internet Explorer with a specific page (lex.creativesandboxs.com/locker/lock.php) and prevents… Read more »

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    Android malware spies on your SMS messages – but is it part of the Zeus family?

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    The Symbian, Windows Mobile and Blackberry modules of the notorious Zeus malware toolkit (also known as ZBot) have been known about for some months, and it has been clear that Zeus gang was interested in developing malware for mobile platforms. However, until now we have not seen any evidence of Zeus targeting users who own… Read more »

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    ZeuS Mitmo: Man-in-the-mobile (II)

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    After explaining the scenario, we can share more details. Stealing the username or the password is relatively easy, and malware like ZeuS have been doing that for ages (injecting HTML or adding field using JavaScript work like a charm). But now, the trojan will also ask for new details: our mobile vendor, model, and phone… Read more »

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    ZeuS Mitmo: Man-in-the-mobile (I)

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    All of you who follow this blog already know that we’ve been tracking ZeuS for many years. We have seen many improvements in its features (injection, JavaScript, Jabber, VNC, etc.), but recently there have been some new additions that can be the next big milestone: the mobile world. The reason is pretty obvious; many companies… Read more »