Security firm Panda Software says that two new Trojan horses - named WmvDownloader.a and WmvDownload.b - have been coded into video files spreading on p2p networks like KaZaA and eMule.
The trojan takes advantage of the digital rights management features of Windows Media Player 10 and fools users into downloading massive ammounts of spyware, adware and viruses.
Read more at Information Week
Hackers use Windows Media Player DRM to install massive amounts of spyware
Posted on Tuesday, January 11 2005 @ 23:02 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck