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Malware Trojans
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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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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Danabot Phishing Scam
Yet another sensational Phishing operation has been identified, and is targeting users with bogus bill statements from MYOB. MYOB (Mind Your Own Business) is a multinational corporation based in Australia. They provide taxation, accounting and other similar business services software to small and medium businesses. So its primary concentration of targets is of course, in...
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Banking Trojan
The banking malware was known to have first appeared in 2016. In fact there was an article written about it within our blog: https://www.izoologic.com/2016/07/26/evolving-banking-malware-and-transaction-authentication/ As you can see the malware has evolved once more, but it isn’t new because the malware is customizable to give its evolution. The latest update on the Malware is to...
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Trojan-like Chrome Extension Steals Bank Account Data
Visiting Google, Apple, Amazon or other legitimate online markets for downloading software content are, at best, safe. But although they are official sources we’ve come to fully accept and familiarize about, these are things which aren’t 100% safe. Take for example, a recent Google Chrome Extension called “Desbloquear Conteúdo” (Portuguese for “Unblock contents”), masquerades as...
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Technology progressed as the needs of the people advanced. It can also be said that the needs were created, because technology advanced. With the advancement of technology we think about automating processes and doing things remotely, which is why Remote Access has been a popular software tool on computers to operate another computer from afar....
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phishing and malware attacks
Cybercriminals have a large range of tools and resources to launch phishing and malware attacks against online platforms. The dark web provides fertile grounds for criminals to opening discuss methodologies and trade new malware variants, types and processes. From well-established banking malware, such as Dyre, ZeuS and Kronos, to more recently discovered malware, such as...
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financial Trojan
Bolek malware is a new generation of financial trojan with an increased level of sophisitcation and stealth. Bolek was documented by the Polska CERT team in 2016 and named after a local cartoon character – “Bolek”, but this is no children’s show. Bolek’s primary function is targeting banks to steal login credentials from online banking...
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Carberp malware
Carberp malware, a financial Trojan, is the precursor to many new malware families such as Sofacy and Bolek. Carberp is an older malware, however, it is well worth our time to review as at it’s time of release it was highly sophisticated. Carberp was originally a Russian financial Trojan that first appeared in 2010. Carberp...
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Malware - Financial Trojans
Let us introduce the Top 4 Malware – Financial Trojans – Zeus, Carberp, Citadel and SpyEye. Later in this series of articles we will look into each malware (financial Trojan) in greater detail but allow us to make the formal introductions. Carberp Carberp was originally introduced as a typical financial Trojan. It was designed to...
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