GAMEOVER

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Gross, "Law enforcement agencies disrupt Gameover Zeus botnet," Goodgearguide.
Demarest said GameOver Zeus was designed to steal banking credentials criminals could use to initiate or redirect wire transfers to overseas bank accounts.
ZeuS botnet known as GameOver ZeuS (GOZ), named after analysis of initial malware samples.
Taking supreme from the horse and pony section was Alex Williams showing her five-year-old dark bay Cob stallion, Ringside Gameover, under saddle with the in hand Coloured winner, Panteryrod Bentley, from Claire and Mike Edmonds in reserve.
Bitdefender discovers two Gameover Zeus variants targeting Europe and beyond
McAfee, owned by Intel Corp, said improved international collaboration was beginning to show results in reducing cyber crime, for example in the takedown last week of a crime ring that infected hundreds of thousands of computers known by the name of its master software, Gameover Zeus.
"On the other hand, smartphones and tablets only get infected by downloading 'trojanised' apps." In identifying some of the well-known malwares and viruses used by criminals such as Gameover Zeus - a Banking Trojan Cryptolocker - a Ransom Trojan, and Credit Card Key Loggers, he suggested some steps that home and business users can do to counter online criminality.
Although the Gameover Zeus botnet and Cryptolocker ransomware have been disrupted, it is still too early for a victory celebration.
"It is a particularly hot topic today with the recent news of the US indictment of members of the Chinese military for cyber crimes and considerable publicity around the GameOver Zeus and Cryptolocker viruses."
In identifying some of the well-known malwares and viruses used by criminals such as Gameover Zeus -- a banking trojan cryptolocker -- Ransom Trojan and credit card key loggers, he suggested some steps that home and business users can do to counter online criminality.
The recent announcement by the US Department of Justice on a high-profile botnet, known as GameOver Zeus, has affected around one million computers worldwide and more than $100 million in fraud.