Phishing and Fraud Opportunities on the Vulnerability: Root access on most devices is severe to the point that everything on your machine can be copied and sniffed out to a hacker’s computer. Search for malware alone won’t suffice, because vulnerabilities cannot be simply scanned through normal malware protection, so much for malware detection alone too....Continue Reading
Another malware downloader named sLoad has been found dynamic in nature. The malware downloader comes stuffed with refined observation capacities and has been conveying the infamous Ramnit managing an account trojan. The malware pair is being utilized by the infamous threat group – TA554, who has been focusing on money related foundations crosswise over Italy,...Continue Reading
The banking trojan 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...Continue Reading
Watch out for browser extensions this time Previously we have been talking about mobile apps mostly on the Android environment that are being used to hijack malware into some legitimate looking apps in order to deploy different scripts to steal as much data to extort money either by combining phishing attack strategies or directly snoop...Continue Reading
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...Continue Reading
Denis Makrushin, a security expert at Kaspersky Lab. has published findings – “Financial malware are still active and developing rapidly. New banking Trojans have significantly extended their functionality by adding new modules, such as ransomware. If criminals do not succeed in stealing users’ personal data, they will encrypt it and demand a ransom. Another example...Continue Reading
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