Another entry in the sunbelt discovery of a keylogger



Sunbeltblog has another entry in the continuing story. Really, there is not much new here, but iDefense has analyzed the code of the trojan that was discovered and have stated that it is not related to CoolWebSearch. (Which is what sunbeltblog has been saying for some time.) They initially said it was discovered during a coolwebsearch infestation.



They do go on to remind the reader of the what they have said about it and that it was a variant of the dumaru / nibu trojan family.

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