Zeus Trojan Merger with SpyEye
According to an article posted on eWeek.com, a slew of Zeus Trojan variants and a merger between the two largest botnets have security researchers worried about future banking malware attacks.
The developers behind the Zeus and SpyEye Trojans have joined forces to create one major botnet, with sophisticated capabilities to attack user bank accounts, according to security researchers.
To get additional information pertaining the the Zeus and SpyEye merger, read the full article posted on eWeek.com:
Zeus Trojan Merger with SpyEye, Other Banking Malware Worry Researchers
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