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P2P Zeus Performs Critical Update
P2P Zeus, a.k.a. Zbot, has evolved into a powerful bot since its discovery in 2007. It is capable of stealing infected hosts’ banking information, installation of other malware, and other cybercrime-related behavior. Currently, P2P Zeus supports both the UDP and TCP protocols for its various communication tasks including peer list exchange, command-and-control (C&C) server registration, and malware binary updates.
Early this month, our Fortinet botnet monitoring system found out that P2P Zeus has put up a critical update to its P2P botnet.
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