Anti-virus outfit Eset has discovered a malicious Apache module in the wild that serves up malware designed to steal banking credentials. As the company states in this post, the module, dubbed Linux/Chapro, is already being used to inject a version of Win32/Zbot (Zeus) into content served by the compromised Web servers. The …
Is there anywhere that has information on how to detect this module on a server? The articles didn't seem to contain that information.
A much better account
There's a much more detailed and informative account of what looks like the same underlying malware at
And the good news
The good news is that Google has recently been spotted detecting this and marking infected pages as such:
I thought 'Zeus' agreed with 'Spyeye' that Spyeye would gobble up Zeus about year ago. This appears to have changed?
Zeus Source Code
The Zeus source code got released/leaked a year or so ago. So most of this stuff is just variants based on the Zeus base
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