Carberp Malware: An Overview

Carberp is a sophisticated banking trojan which first appeared in late 2009. In this video, Zulfikar Ramzan, Chief Scientist in Sourcefire's Cloud Technology Group, gives a description of the Carberp malware and how it infects a system. Carberp has gotten recent attention because its source code leaked in June 2013 and also because its ringleaders were arrested in mid 2012. Along the lines of malware like Zeus and SpyEye, Carberp also includes man-in-the-browser capabilities and maintains its presence on a system using rootkit techniques as well as polymorphism and obfuscation.

RunTime - 14:30

Uploaded - 11 Jul 2013


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