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Anti Trojan
A malicious mobile app impersonating a call recording functionality in the Google Play Store managed to take away thousands of euros from a couple of bank customers in Europe. The malicious malware-laced app was planted in a QRecorder app, being advertised as an automatic call and voice recording tool.   At the time of the...
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best virus malware protection
Malware Summary Qakbot or Qbot also known as bank malware has been in the threat landscape since 2008 similar to Rubber Ducky, Mimikatz, and is considered one of the most effective malware families of the past decade, in part because its source code is available to cybercriminals, so it can be easily modified and extended....
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ShadowHammer
Latest development As we discussed previously in one of the topic dealing with the emergence of ShadowHammer, this will be the latest update although, investigation is on-going and pretty sure there are more to come in the latter progress report. As we all know by this time similar algorithm was employed for the attack particularly...
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Android malware
A newly found type of Android malware has stolen cryptocurrency and banking data from in excess of 125 different applications. The “Gustuff” Trojan virus is said to pick up its popularity in the cybercriminal underworld given that it’s custom-made explicitly to take banking and crypto assets. Gustuff is accepted to be about a year old...
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Banking Malware
Two new Metamorfo malspam battles have been spotted by security specialists. The battles have been pushing keeping money malware variations that are fit for taking certifications and card installment information. These battles are particularly focusing on clients of money related foundations in Brazil. As per the security specialists, who found the new assault incidents, the...
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Banking malware detection
Last December we discussed a written article about a hacker getting hacked by a banking Trojan. The banking malware was identified as the Lokibot which was exploited by being used by different cybercriminals. The details are in the previous article https://www.izoologic.com/2018/12/27/hacker-just-got-hacked/ Can you fathom how critical it is when a hacker itself gets hacked? Now...
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Website Malware protection
Security researchers over the globe joined in a venture committed to sharing URLs used in malicious campaigns managed to take down close to 100,000 websites actively engaged in malware distribution. The task called URLhaus was started by abuse.ch, a non-benefit cybersecurity association in Switzerland. The operations began towards the end of March 2018 and recorded...
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DanaBot Banking Trojan Found Targeting European Countries
Security specialists from ESET unravel banking trojan named DanaBot being dispersed to European nations by means of spam messages. DanaBot is prominent for its multistage disease chain and secluded design. Earlier research from Trustwave, alongside ESET’s new research, recognizes DanaBot as containing a few segments — generally as powerful connection libraries (DLL) — that perform...
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The Rotexy Trojan: banker and blocker
On the back of a flood in Trojan movement, a standout amongst the most fascinating and dynamic examples to date was a mobile Trojan from the Rotexy family. In a three-month time span from August to October 2018, it propelled more than 70,000 assaults against clients found basically in Russia.   An intriguing component of...
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Rakhni Trojan: A New Breed of Cryptomining
Rakhni, an old ransomware dating as far back as the year 2013, recently stepped up its game by adding a new devastating algorithm with its arsenal of attacks. It now decides whether to demand ransomware or secretly profit by installing a miner. How It Works The malware is shared via email attachment, often disguised as...
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