Kneber Botnet |

February 18, 2010 by Post Team 

Kneber Botnet Virus SpywareKneber Botnet |[Kneber Botnet Virus Spyware] A security company, NetWitness, reported that more than 74 thousand computers from around 25 thousand organizations around the world, has conceded Kneber Botnet during the last year and a half by Zeus trojan infection. Kneber called the Kneber Botnet managed to steal a variety of important login information from a company such as bank logins, social networking, and email.

Some companies that successfully stolen data include Merck, Cardinal Health, Paramount Pictures, and Juniper Networks. NetWitness estimates that this attack came from Eastern Europe with komandi control server in Germany. The attack carried out by sending an email with an attachment containing Kneber Botnet Virus Spyware malware or links to malware on the internet.

NetWitness says it has found more than 75GB worth of data was stolen during the evaluation checks on a client’s network on 26 January. The data included the log into corporate networks, email access and a bank site, Facebook, Yahoo, Hotmail, SSL certificates, and personal data. In addition, Zeus also be used to find and steal any file on the computer, download and run the program, and allows one to control the computer remotely.

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