On 18-Feb-2010; NetWitness has reported of new malware 'Kneber botnet';
its a variant of Zeus and mainly target stealing Credentials, Key-logging, etc.
... has affected more than 2500 organizations;
... currently no IPS/IDS have adequate signatures detecting it.
... it can also act with other malwares, fav noticed is Waledac (a P2P Trojan)
 A try to check if Machine is infected by a Kneber (Zeus Variant), is
The registry key can be found by following this path, he said:
normally will have an entry like "C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,"
ZeuS will add itself to the list, typically as 'ntos.'
But could always change its name; so if any un-relevant entries found here... may be machine is infected.
If any more entries found, or suspicion is there scan the file listed here.
 Its suggested to patch all latest MS10-* and Adobe releases on all the machines;
and as always not open suspicious e-mails
NetWitness said that Kneber was primarily found on corporate and government computers, however home users are likely to attract the infestation as well.
 more details @
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