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One in every 3,000 computers monitored by a global security specialist is infected with a new version of the Zeus password-stealing malware, said Trusteer, a New York-based company.
A new version of the Zeus password-stealing malware is on the loose and already has infected one in every 3,000 computers monitored by a Web security firm that works to protect more than 6 million end users.
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