UK businesses targeted by smut Trojan blitz
UK businesses were targeted in a blitz of 215,000 emails containing a new Trojan on Monday (19 December), according to email filtering firm BlackSpider Technologies. The malware - called Small-BXP - comes in the payload to a message that poses as a receipt for access to an online porn site.
Infected emails have the subject line "Payment receipt". The attachment is a packed executable FSG file called FILE.965658 which is 5492 bytes long. Analysis of the malware is ongoing, with Kaspersky and Symantec among the first vendors to issue anti-virus updates. Firms are urged to set up rules to block the malware the gateway whilst consumers are urged to be cautious about unsolicited emails. As usual, Small-BXP is a Windows-only threat. UK shelters from smut Trojan blitz | The Register
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