Microsoft's MSRT cleans malware stealing passwords from 860,000 PCs

Microsoft’s latest Malicious Software Removal Tool managed to remove malware harvesting for accounts/passwords and even credit card information from no less than 860,000 PCs. In the Password Stealers and Monitoring Software category, MSRT tackled the following malware: Win32/Frethog with 95,581 compromised machines, Win32/Bancos with 92,565 infections Win32/Lolyda, detected on 54,871 computers. There are also two worms, […]

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Microsoft’s latest Malicious Software Removal Tool managed to remove malware harvesting for accounts/passwords and even credit card information from no less than 860,000 PCs. In the Password Stealers and Monitoring Software category, MSRT tackled the following malware: Win32/Frethog with 95,581 compromised machines, Win32/Bancos with 92,565 infections Win32/Lolyda, detected on 54,871 computers. There are also two worms, Win32/Taterf with 347,424 detections and Win32/Koobface removed from 78,113 infected machines, revealed Scott Wu.

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