Virus Kaspersky Thieves Make Bank Account Overwhelmed

Rabu, 15 Agustus 2012

Jakarta - Manufacturers Kaspersky anti virus claimed were overwhelmed by breaking the line of code inside the Gauss virus, a malicious program that is specifically designed to steal the identity of bank customers.
Gauss virus detected some time ago when he was wandering in Iran. Suspected malicious programs are still descendants of Stuxnet, Duqu and Flame has a special purpose, namely to steal customer data bank.

Target the targeted virus that was highly specific, targeting customers in the bank Gauss Lebanon, as well as Citibank and PayPal accounts. These viruses are also steal your browser history, cookies, passwords, and system configuration.

Kaspersky is already dissected some code in it. The code is closely related to viruses known to Stuxnet, Duqu and Flame. But there are still millions of other codes that are still unresolved and published through Kaspersky's official blog.

Pave the existing code in the virus is common practice for manufacturers of anti virus characteristics such malicious programs. The information obtained can also be used to make the antidote.

As quoted from ZDNET, Wednesday (15/08/2012), Kaspersky for help anyone who can decode it.

Step Kaspesky spit a code that is encrypted is not the first time carried out. Russian producers had done a similar move was made dizzy by the virus when Duqu.
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