IBM has uncovered a new SpyEye configuration. The Trojan targets users of two leading European airline travel websites.
LinkedIn spam emails exploit users' tendency to follow links from social networks, then steal sensitive data from their computers.
SpyEye uses a technique called HTML injection to modify the pages presented in victims' browsers and capture credit card information.
Zeus is known to target members of financial institutions. However, this malware also uses a configuration file to steal from enterprises.