Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#583 ZeuS banking trojan resurfaces as Atmos variant
Old nemeses die hard, especially when you’re banking malware named ZeuS. According to Denmark-based Heimdal Security, the potent 9-year-old malware ZeuS has morphed into the up-and-coming Atmos malware – now targeting banks in France. Researchers are warning that the criminals behind Atmos have been putting the finishing touches on this latest malware threat – perfecting how, where and what it will target. For now, Heimdal Security said, it’s focused on banks, but tomorrow the sky is the limit.
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