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Security software is less likely to flag a '.jpg' file as a malicious
A variant of the Zeus banking trojan is hiding a configuration file that tells it what banks to attack in a ".jpg" image file.
The ".jpg" file contains a list of banks that Zeus can attack.
When viewed in bitmap mode, the code added by the hackers to the image is evident.