'Legitimate' PayPal accounts used to distribute banking Trojan - UPDATED

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Got a money request message via PayPal? Don't click that link

Zeus variant Chthonic spearheading campaign via PayPal money request feature

Emails from ‘legitimate' PayPal accounts are being used to distribute the Chthonic banking Trojan, according to security company Proofpoint. The emails, because they come via PayPal from account...

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