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Quick Bytes: Trojans bearing gifts

By Peter Piazza

Trojan horse programs—those pieces of malware designed to infiltrate a computer and then steal information to be sent back to an attacker—accounted for more of the malicious code in 2005 than worms. This indicates, according to researchers at antivirus firm Sophos, that criminals may be moving away from large-scale bombardments in favor of targeted attacks that could yield passwords, credit card information, and bank login credentials. @ The Sophos Security Threat Management Report is at SM Online

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