The life and death of the ZeuS Trojan

ZeuS is an infamous banking Trojan that infected millions of systems, and stole billions of dollars.

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Coronavirus scams, found and explained

Here are some of the many coronavirus email scams that Malwarebytes spotted in the wild, with full details on what they say, what they’re lying about, and which malware they’re trying to install on your machine.

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Information stolen? What now?

Identifying and removing the malware is our job, but what do you need to do yourself, to control the aftermath of malware that steals interesting information from an infected computer?

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Get your RAT on Pastebin

A dropper we analyzed downloaded the code for part of its payload from Pastebin on the fly. The payload turned out to be a RAT with keylogging capabilities.

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Beware of GTA 5 Mods Containing Malware

Gamers Beware! Some GTA 5 add-ons have been found that contain malware with keylogger capabilities. Malwarebytes was among the first to detect the malware, which we identify as Trojan.Agent.TRK. If you’ve been affected, take steps to clean your computer immediately.

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Fake Tumblr Extension Harvests Tumblr Logins and More

A fake Tumblr extension promises to bypass the daily posting limit, but will give victims a nasty surprise in the form of a keylogger.

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Fake VPN Site Serves Up Keylogger

A site claiming to offer VPN services could potentially result in keyloggers being placed on the PC.

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Credit card skimmers discovered at Florida Nordstrom

Hackers plant hardware keyloggers at a Florida Nordstrom department store to skim credit card numbers.

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RATs of Unusual Sizes

The flame malware has been referred to by some as “The most sophisticated malware to date” and while it is quite an impressive piece of espionage spyware, it poses little threat to the common user. In this blog post I am going to go over a quick summary of the technical capabilities of the Flame…

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