Boston-based Trusteer is reporting that it has found multiple instances of sellers operating in Russian underground criminal forums offering what they claim is the source code for Carberp, the Trojan software used to target financial institution accounts.

Some sellers, said Etay Maor, a Trusteer executive, are offering what they claim is the Carberp source code for $5,000.

Another seller, believed to be credible within the Russian malware community, is offering his version of the source code for $50,000.

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