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'Tigger' Trojan Keeps Security Researchers Hopping
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Written by Daniel   
Thursday, 05 March 2009 12:37
Unusual characteristics may make new malware tough to stop, experts say

Mar 04, 2009 | 05:18 PM
By Tim Wilson
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It's malware that actually removes other malware from its victims' PCs. And so far, nobody is exactly sure how it's being distributed.

Security experts this week are buzzing about a new Trojan called Tigger.A, also known as Syzor. The data-stealing malware has quietly claimed about 250,000 victims since it was first spotted by security intelligence company iDefense in November, according to a Washington Post report.       [Comments...]
 
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