Spam Campaign Masquerades As Failed Wire Transfer

According to an article posted by Dark Reading, a new spam campaign is delivering hundreds of thousands of messages that masquerade as a failed wire transfer but deliver the password-stealing Zeus banking Trojan.

“The gangs that distribute variants of this malware are especially interested in banking credentials belonging to small businesses and government agencies,” researchers from Barracuda Networks said in a blog on Wednesday.

Read the full article posted by Dark Reading:    Massive Spam Campaign Masquerades As Failed Wire Transfer


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