<<<
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
>>>
 
Once Again, Zeus Posted by Mikko @ 10:33 GMT

Zeus continues to be one of the most common malware we run into.

Just now we've been watching a spam run with malicious ZIP files attached to them.

Resume ZBot

Inside the ZIP is always the same Zeus variant (md5 92671afe999e12669315e220aa9e62c2) but the name varies. So far, we've seen these filenames:

  •  2010 Contract With LC Change 051005.exe
  •  Flight Attendant-0600003A.exe
  •  Second chord sounds in world's longest lasting concert - Yahoo! News.exe
  •  Cancellation Notice.exe
  •  BURRESS_WEDDING_AUGUST2010.exe
  •  IN255596.exe
  •  2010 expenses.exe
  •  resume.exe

The malware downloads additional components from two malicious websites in Russia: jocudaidie.ru and zephehooqu.ru.

We block access to the malicious websites and detect the malware as Trojan:W32/Agent.DKJC.






<<< Android Game Isn't Actually a Game
|
Malware and Critical Infrastructure >>>