Tag: banking Trojan

Emotet Banking Trojan Outsmarts 75% of All Antivirus Software

In the world of cybersecurity, the next threat is never too far away. Over the past few years, criminals have proven on multiple occasions that they can easily outsmart security researchers and experts. This has caused a lot of problems and damage already, yet it seems things may only get worse from here on out. A new banking Trojan is capable of getting past 75% of all antivirus software on the …
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New Mobile Banking Trojan Can Infect Millions of Android Users

Banking Trojans have regained a lot of their past popularity over the past few months. While these tools have been around for several years now, they are once again becoming commonplace. A new Android banking Trojan was discovered not too long ago. This malware goes by the name of Red Alert 2.0 and is currently part of a growing distribution campaign. Red Alert 2.0 is a new Android Banking Trojan …
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Criminals Distribute Banking Trojans Using Facebook’s CDN Servers

It is well known that a lot of malware attacks can be distributed using social media. Clicking on nefarious links or opening attachments sent in direct messages are two somewhat common attack vectors. One particular malware group has taken things to a new level, as it uses Facebook’s content delivery network server to hide banking Trojans. This is a very interesting turn of events, although it remains to be seen how the company will respond …
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TrickBot Banking Trojan Now Targets Coinbase Users

In the world of malicious software, banking Trojans are nothing new. In fact, this type of malware has been around for as long as most people can remember. What is rather peculiar is how the TrickBot banking Trojan no longer just targets banking portals, but also the Coinbase exchange. That is pretty disconcerting news for Bitcoin users who rely on this platform. It also shows cryptocurrency is attracting more interest from …
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