Trojan.Bredolab is Making Yet Another Comeback.

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Trojan.Bredolab is Making Yet Another Comeback.

Postby Spudz » Tue Oct 27, 2009 12:43 pm

Trojan.Bredolab is Making Yet Another Comeback.
Shunichi Imano
October 27th, 2009

Security Response is aware of a new round of spam replacing old DHL and UPS themes in an attempt to spread Trojan.Bredolab.

Bredolab Delivers More Parcels and Cash

This time the email is masquerading as a notification from Facebook that the recipient’s password has been reset.

The message comes with a .zip file containing a malicious .exe file. Symantec detects the .exe files as Trojan.Bredolab.
This variant of Bredolab connects to a Russian domain and the infected machine is most likely becoming part of a Bredolab botnet.

Please keep your Symantec security product definition files up-to-date.

Spam - Uninteresting garbage quickly deleted.
Spammer - A parasitic worm intent on creating internet misery.


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