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Discounted SpyEye could mean trouble for enterprises

By Keith Shaw and Derek Manky, Network World, 08/22/2011
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Keith and Derek discuss the possibility of increased attacks now that SpyEye has been deeply discounted (from about $10,000 to about $100) after the source code was revealed. In addition, they discuss Operation Shady RAT and whether the issue is as serious as security firms are touting. (13:59)

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