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Montp Trojan - Designed to compromise Bank Account

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#1 harrywaldron


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Posted 10 June 2004 - 03:31 PM

Looking at the 1st link below, Montp represents one of the most advanced keylogging trojans I've seen (based on the # of banks it can track).

It is designed specifically to intercept bank transaction information and transmitting it to a special website. While I'm hopeful authorities can shut this down, please encourage users to be careful with email and the web site links.

Montp Trojan - Designed to compromise Bank Accounts

Montp spying trojan was first discovered in April 2004. The last, Montp.F variant was found on 6-7th of June 2004. The Montp trojan has powerful spying features: it collects information from users of numerous on-line banks and sends collected data to a hacker by uploading specially created files to an ftp server. The trojan can also download and run additional files from ftp and http servers. Additionally the trojan utilizes stealth techniques.

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