Posts Tagged: ZeuS Crimeware


New ZeuS source code based rootkit available for purchase on the underground market

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By Dancho Danchev We have recently spotted a new underground market ad, featuring a new commercially available malware bot+rootkit based on the ZeuS crimeware’s leaked source code. According to its author, the modular nature of the bot, allows him to keep coming up with new plugins, resulting in systematic “innovation” and the introduction of new features. What’s the long-term potential of this malware bot with rootkit functionality? Does it have the capacity to challenge the market leading malware bot families? What are some of the features that differentiate it from the rest of competing bots currently in the wild? What’s the price of the […]

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Spamvertised Verizon-themed ‘Your Bill Is Now Available’ emails lead to ZeuS crimeware

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Cybercriminals newest spamvertised malware campaign is brand-jacking Verizon Wireless in an attempt to trick end users into clicking on the malicious links embedded in the email. More details:

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Researchers spot Citadel, a ZeuS crimeware variant

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Security researchers from “Tracking Cyber Crime” have spotted a new ZeuS crimeware variant, that’s based on the leaked ZeuS source code from last year. Dubbed Citadel, the crimeware is positioned as a universal spyware system, whose modular nature allows cybercriminals to offer flexibly priced value-added services such as managed malware crypting, and managed web injects as a service. Some of Citadel’s core features include:

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