Off-the-shelf trojan targets cloud-based payroll service

Off-the-shelf trojan targets cloud-based payroll service

arstechnica.com
Operators of an off-the-shelf botnet kit have unleashed new malware that can steal large sums of money by targeting cloud-based payroll service providers, a researcher from security firm Trusteer said on Tuesday. A configuration of the Zeus-based malware specifically targets Canadian payroll provider Ceridian, according to a blog post...
Off-the-shelf trojan targets cloud-based payroll service
                                       

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