New Version of Zeus

Discussion in 'Prevx Releases' started by slider916, Aug 12, 2010.

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  1. slider916

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  2. korben

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    Been reading some news and sounds petrifying - any updates?
     
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  4. vojta

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    Can we update manually or should we just wait for the official release.


    lol
     
  5. fsr

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    Does it protect against Zeus v3?
     
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    I'm pretty sure I read a post on here from PrevxHelp detailing how SOL protects against 'man in the browser' exploits.
     
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    I heard an interview with Mel Morris(I think) of Prevx on BBC Radio 5 live, specifically about this subject, and the recent UK bank account intrusions, so it seems Prevx are well up with this.
     
  8. pling_man

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    I'm sure SafeOnline will protect against zeus if it ever runs on your PC. It will probably be squashed by prevx too. Don't worry guys; were the safer ones; its the average user we need to worry about.

    Edit. I had a quick look in my bank account and my debt is still there:mad:
    (haha)
     
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  9. Triple Helix

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    That's it in a nutshell! :thumb:

    TH
     
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    Same Here :mad:
     
  11. PrevxHelp

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    Yes, that was Mel :) SafeOnline already protects against it without a problem - no update needed!
     
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    o_O Is Mel Morris CEO of Prevx the same person as we call Joe? :rolleyes:

    BTW....Would be nice if someone could link to the Interview if one is able to listen to it online?
     
  13. fsr

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    Nice to know :thumb:
     
  14. pling_man

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    No! He said "That was Mel", not "That was Me!" LOL
     
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    Oh god. You are right, he said "that was Mel"(L) hmmm.. I belive it's Friday the 13'th today:argh:
     
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    I will see if I can find it and report a link here if i can find it.

    Edit. Could not find it. It would help to know what day and what programme on Radio 5.
     
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  17. korben

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    In this case... is the free version with man-in-the-middle feature enabled enough to prevent it?
     
  18. Triple Helix

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    Yes but download the Full free version here: http://www.prevx.com/safebook.asp

    HTH,

    TH
     
  19. korben

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    I've seen yu guys talk about it - how is that different? Also can Blue Tab be disabled? it's driving me mad wink

    edit// "SafeOnline" only, very generous nonetheless, thanks a lot!
     
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    I doubt if it's available, for example, on iPlayer. It wasn't a programme in itself, but part of a national news roundup I think. The interview itself was not very technical, and intended to inform non-aware non security-minded users how best to protect themselves.
     
  21. fsr

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    an example to be followed for sure :rolleyes:
     
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