Stolen data discovered from 74,000 PCs infected by global botnet
Information Security magazine is reporting the discovery of a 75GB cache containing the stolen data from more than 74,000 Zeus infected systems. Zeus collected extensive data from individuals at commercial and government systems, including 68,000 corporate login credentials, 2,000 SSL certificate files, and usernames and passwords for online banking sites and social networks. The most common stolen account credentials were usernames and passwords to Yahoo email and Facebook accounts.
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