• This malware is the main payload of the file infector attack that was detected on January 2014. Users with systems affected by this malware may find their personal information stolen and their online banking accounts compromised.
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  • This malware downloads a malicious script detected as HTML_BLOCKER.K, which is used to send the Facebook messages with the link to the video.
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  • This malware is related to the fake Flash player scams that targeted users in Turkey. It is used to send the Facebook messages with the link to the video.
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  • This malware was found in January 2014 to be distributed as a key generator. Instead of generating keys, it downloads malware onto the affected system.
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  • This BANLOAD variant checks for the presence of G-buster Plugin, a plugin that prevents malicious code from running during a banking session, on the system. It does this to indicate if the system is being used for online banking.
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  • This BANKER variant is downloaded on the system by TROJ_BANLOAD.GB, a malware that targets Banco de Brasil users.
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  • This malware uses an AutoIT packer, a scripting language leveraged by cybercriminals. It has the capability to propagate via drives and steals user names and passwords from Yahoo, Hotmail, and Pidgin among others.
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  • This malware uses an AutoIT packer, a scripting language leveraged by cybercriminals. When executed, it steals system-related information and gathers stored user names and passwords from certain browsers.
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  • This ZBOT variant drops a configuration file that contains a list of its targeted banks and other financial sites. It also steals information from different FTP sites and steals personal certificates from the infected system.
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  • This malware is part of the 64-bit ZBOT samples that have been spotted to target 64-bit systems during January 2014. Users affected by this malware may find the security of their systems compromised and their critical personal information stolen (such as their online banking credentials).
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