Monday, January 30, 2012

Carberp Malware a Dangerous New Threat to Financial Information

Carberp, not a pretty name but a fitting one for an ugly little piece of malware, is now popping up dangerously in computers around the world. This week it attacked Facebook users in Europe and was discovered on a French ISP service provider Free’s Web site.
While inheriting some of its DNA from malware programs such as Zeus, another Trojan Horse that counted logging keystrokes among its many ploys to capture data, Carberp is far more sophisticated, according to experts.
Read the full article regarding this 'young and dangerous' malware at Tech Security Today.


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