I don’t know about you, but I was a bit disappointed with the whole
WikiLeaks thingy. I mean, come on. The build up was brilliant: you would have thought we’ll finally have irrefutable evidence that a UFO landed in Roswell, that JFK assassination was indeed a CIA ploy, and that the 1969 moon landing was a NASA concocted
Instead we got a bunch of diplomatic gossip.
It reminds me of the 1986 live TV special “the mystery of Al Capone’s Vaults” in which Geraldo Rivera opens in live broadcast a secret vault once owned by the famous gangster; turns
out it was just full of useless debris. Which in turn reminds me of the 1989 parody
UHF where Weird Al Yankovic (whatever happened to him?) pays a tribute by playing a TV reporter about to expose the contents of Al Capone’s glove compartment.
“Ah Ha! Road Maps!”
So, since obviously the WikiLeaks grand exposure was far from satisfying, I decided to launch something far better: ZeusiLeaks.
Who needs a quarter of a million diplomatic cables, when we have the Zeus Trojan, most popular crimeware in the universe, sitting on millions of personal, corporate and government PCs stealing data 24 by 7?
Believe me; the information stolen by Zeus, SpyEye and other Trojans is far more interesting. If you’re a consumer, it’s shocking to see what sort of data piles up in the Trojan mothership.
If you’re a Security professional, it’s nerve wrecking to see what sort of corporate data siphons off to drop sites half across the globe. As a reminder, RSA Cybercrime Lab released a
research showing 88% of Fortune 500 corporations have employees whose PC was infected with Zeus, and now feed Cybercriminals with terabytes of sensitive enterprise data and credentials.
So stay tuned, and wait for the gradual release of ZeusiLeaks!