An upstart Trojan horse program has decided to take on its much-larger rival
by stealing data and then removing the malicious program from infected
Security researchers say that the relatively unknown Spy Eye toolkit added
this functionality just a few days ago in a bid to displace its larger rival,
known as Zeus.
The feature, called "Kill Zeus," apparently removes the Zeus software from
the victim's PC, giving Spy Eye exclusive access to usernames and passwords.