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A federal court has granted Microsoft's request to keep control of two Zeus malware-based botnets for the next two year while the company works to clean the PCs infected with the malware.
Microsoft said this week it has named two defendants in its efforts to shut down the Zeus botnet and that it will be sending its evidence over to the FBI for review.
A new report claims that Google has been issued a subpoena in the ongoing Zeus botnet case by Microsoft and is asking a number of people with Google accounts to turn over documents.
Microsoft has announced that its Digital Crimes Unit has participated in a raid of a criminal botnet earlier this month that installed variants of the Zeus malware.
After ZeuS and SpyEye were rumored to have merged, many security professionals were concerned that advanced online banking malware would hit the scene sometime soon. According to Yahoo News, it appears that time may be...
Two more companies today signed up to the AMD standards camp, with Zeus, the Internet server OS, tipping up to write 64-bit extensions for Opteron, and VIA enlisting for the HyperTransport protocol brigade. ...