Archives - Trojan attack


Kelihos: A good job for good pay!

Kelihos, is considered the HIV of all malware. This Trojan is really famous, and has been on TV and other media news reports and even has its own Wikipedia entry – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelihos_botnet . The Kelihos family of Trojans is not only huge, but it is also impossible to conclude all its symptoms nor show all […]

Ruftar doesn’t slow down

The first sample of this huge ISF (information stealing family) of Trojans has been received from our customers at the year of 2011. Since then multiple variants of this family have been released, but most of them have been successfully detected by our product and system infection has been prevented. It has been three years […]

ZBot: The never ending Trojan

It was around 2007 when we first encountered the ‘Win32/ZeusBot Trojan Horse’, AKA ‘ZBot’. The first versions of the malware was used against the U.S. Department of Transportation, mainly in order to steal information such as various passwords. Since then, multiple variants have been released, adding more and more functionalities and ‘bad’ stuff with every […]

Ransomware

Ransomware Trojan horse is hitting over again, prevents you from accessing your computer. The latest one discovered lately covers the entire desktop with a message that appears to be from the local authorities, which asks for a fine payment in order to unlock your system. This threat identifies your country by your IP and display […]