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Earlier this year Trusteer’s CTO Amit Klein blogged about two malware families, Tinba and Tilon, going back to basics. He observed that we are witnessing an interesting trend – organizations are rolling out advanced malware detection systems that force malware authors to drop some of their more advanced techniques and reuse older techniques that were abandoned years ago. The latest example of this trend is a Zeus variant that was detected by Trusteer’s security team this month. Using a unique HTML injection mechanism and static mule accounts, this malware is now targeting banks in Eastern Europe by covertly manipulating and performing transactions on the end user’s behalf.

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