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Homer Simpson spreads malware

A screen name once connected to animated TV dad Homer Simpson is being used to spread malware. In a 2003 episode of The Simpsons, writers revealed that Homer's e-mail address was chunkylover53@aol.com. Prior to the... More...

Symantec: Trojan has 400 banks on its hitlist

A Trojan dubbed Silentbanker targets more than 400 banks including the household names in the U.S. and other financial institutions abroad and hangs in the background to intercept transactions with two-factor authentication, according to researchers... More...

Trojan Remover 6.6.5

Trojan Remover was written to aid in the removal of Trojan Horses and Internet Worms when standard anti-virus software has either failed to detect the problem or is unable to effectively eliminate it. The majority... More...

Trojan Remover 6.6.4

Trojan Remover was written to aid in the removal of Trojan Horses and Internet Worms when standard anti-virus software has either failed to detect the problem or is unable to effectively eliminate it. The majority... More...

Intego: Phishing trojan targets OS X

Security vendor Intego claims to have found a new trojan attack that targets Apple's OS X operating system but competing security firms (McAfee, Symantec, and Trend Micro) have yet to find samples of the trojan.... More...

New smartphone Trojan has a profit motive

Kaspersky Lab antivirus researchers have discovered three Trojan horse variants that are the most successful attempts yet to steal money from smartphone users. The variants on the Viver Trojan (short for Trojan-SMS.SymbOS.Viver) send text messages... More...

Trojan Roaming Skype Network

Websense has issued an alert warning that a Trojan, known as both Warezov and Stration, is spreading through the Skype network again (an earlier version initially attacked late in February). Typical instant messaging viruses are... More...

Trojan Snags World Of Warcraft Passwords

Attackers hope to take over users' accounts, then make money by selling the players' in-game goods, such as weapons. A new password-stealing Trojan targeting players of the popular online game "World of Warcraft"... More...

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