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InformationWeek, By Mathew J. Schwartz
The next Star Wars film may not be scheduled to arrive until the summer of 2015, but the marketing tie-ins have already begun -- at least when it comes to cybercriminals trying to make a fast and fraudulent buck
Security researchers have spotted a Tor-using banking Trojan that's been dubbed "ChewBacca" by its creators. According to Kaspersky Lab, which discovered the malware on an underground cybercrime forum, once the malware (detected as a file named "Fsysna.fej") successfully infects a PC, it also drops a copy of Tor 0.2.3.25 for the malware to use. The Trojan then logs all keystrokes and sends the data back to the botnet controllers via Tor. Read more.
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