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Symantec Security Response – PWSteal.Bankash.G – Password stealing Trojan downloaded by infected WMF files

Symantec Security Response – PWSteal.Bankash.G.

PWSteal.Bankash.G is a Trojan horse program that attempts to steal user names and passwords from the compromised computer and lowers security settings.

It is reported that the Trojan is downloaded by malformed .wmf files that utilize Microsoft Windows Graphics Rendering Engine WMF Format Unspecified Code Execution Vulnerability (As described in BID 16074).


January 3, 2006 - Posted by | Antivirus News, Security News

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