Written by Tanya Koyfman and Assaf Keren
Recently our analysts have been monitoring the advancement of a new threat in the commercial malware theater – the Zorenium Bot. Zorenium, a relatively new and unknown bot, has been for sale on the underground sinceJanuary 2014. This bot will be getting new features in its March 18th update, including, the ability to infect iOS devices (version 5-7), alongside its existing capabilities to run on Linux- and Windows-based machines. The developers have also updated the rootkit to TDL4 (making it vulnerable to anti-TDSS tools).
Capture of the recent release notifications
Zorenium, a relative of Betabot, is a very robust bot which is still undetected by most AV companies. It has several key abilities, including DDoS, Formgrabbing, Bot-killing, Banking Trojan and Bitcoin mining. The cost of a basic Zorenium bot is 350 GBP and with advanced features (including P2P C&C, i2p C&C and more) it can go up to over 5000GBP.
Zorenium Payment Plans
According to the developers, it is still in beta mode and more features will be available in time .
Zorenium Source Screen Capture