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Identified in September 2011, GameOver Zeus is a peer-to-peer (P2P) variant of the Zeus family of bank credential stealing malware. This malware uses a decentralized network infrastructure with compromised computers and web servers to establish command and control.

The GameOver Zeus malware usually looks for personal data, credit card information, customer data, or sensitive corporate information. Once the malware finds that information, it has the capability to send this information to other peers on its P2P network.

Next, Zeus exfiltrates this data out of your network using peer-to-peer communication. In this video, we talk about what the GameOver Zeus malware is, how it establishes data exfiltration, and ways to stay ahead of it. Watch the video to learn more, three minutes is all it takes!


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