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Trojan Which Is Related To An Email That Has Been Distributed, Claiming That The Australian Prime Minister Had Suffered A Heart Attack.


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Posted 19 February 2007 - 06:07 PM

Websense Securitylabs has received reports of a Trojan which is related to an email that has been distributed, claiming that the Australian Prime Minister had suffered a heart attack.

The Trojan is formed by several different components. It basically monitors all your accesses to web pages and keeps track of them, keylogging everything you do. It contains a special module which it uses for phishing. At the time of this alert there were more than 2500 infected victims.The affected banks are:

Westpac (Australia)
Kasikorn Bank (Thailand)
Banco de Valencia (Spain)
Commonwealth Bank (Australia)
BBVA (Spain)
Caja Madrid (Spain)
Bank of America (USA)
Unicaja (Spain)
Wells Fargo (USA)
Sparkasse (Germany)
Deutsche Bank (Germany)
Gad (Germany)
Commerz Bank (Germany)
Post Bank (Germany)


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