|09 Dec 2011||#1|
Delivering banking Trojan via malicious boot loaders
Brazil is a country whose Internet users are targeted almost exclusively by cyber crooks wielding banking Trojans. It is also a country where a majority of users still runs Windows XP on their computers.
This last fact has been taken into consideration and misused by criminals, as they devised a way to exchange the legitimate ntldr boot loader - found on Windows XP, Windows NT and Windows Server 2003 - with a malicious boot manager
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