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Firefox add-on infected with Trojan remnant

A Vietnamese language pack for the open-source Web browser was tainted with part of the infectious Xorer Trojan since February. A new version is now being checked.

By May 9, 2008


Microsoft mistakes Skype for a Trojan

A few days after some OneCare subscribers started seeing their access to Skype blocked, Microsoft Malware Protection Center corrects its error.

By April 23, 2008


At least 13 Olympics-theme Trojan horses seen (so far)

Security vendor MessageLabs says corporate e-mail is a target of criminal hackers' malware in advance of this summer's Olympics in Beijing.

By April 23, 2008


Microsoft sees big jump in Trojan downloaders

Latest security report from Microsoft says Trojan downloaders based on e-mail scams rose 300 percent in the second half of last year.

By April 22, 2008


Winny Trojan author arrested in Japan

The author and two associates are accused of violating copyright laws.

By January 24, 2008


End of the innocence? The iPhone's first Trojan

The first Trojan for the iPhone came with the 1.1.3 flurry and affected a relatively small number of users, but as Apple opens the iPhone to developers, this trend is here to stay.

By January 14, 2008


First iPhone Trojan horse reported

Antivirus vendors report the threat to users is minimal now that the code is offline.

By January 8, 2008


Yahoo's Right Media had Trojans in banner ads

Popular Web sites like MySpace and Photobucket has banner ads containing malicious code that could lead to the compromise of a computer.

By September 11, 2007


YouTube Trojan horse rides in on Web TV show's fame

Media files like those hosted on YouTube are becoming popular vectors for malware writers.

By June 12, 2007


Trojan masquerades as I.R.S. e-mail

E-mail supposedly from the I.R.S. hides a malicious attached file.

By May 31, 2007