Remove Trojan.Tinba as probably the tiniest banker ever
Trojan.Tinba has raised concern of CSIS, Danish Security group. Its eCrime Unit Chief Mr. Kruze, has said the infection resembles notorious Zeus trojan. However, it is much smaller than Zeus. It is considered to be the smallest banker ever: no surprise as its name stands for “tiny banker” (Tinba). The infection is also known as Zusy. In the wild, detected copies of the malware have not exceeded 20 kb. Removal of Trojan.Tinba is required to ensure you log-in details are not available for hackers. The infection attaches itself to browser. Apart from deriving account information, the rogue collects info on the traffic. Instances of the infection have also been observed injected immediately into websites. Hence both website owners and PC users may need to get rid of Trojan.Tinba.