A new phishing scam purports to be MYOB invoices – but really contains a novel banking trojan.
While other malware families have been searching for new overlay techniques for Android 7 and 8, MysteryBot appears to have found a solution.
Researchers have discovered a banking trojan making waves in Brazil with an array of tricks up its sleeve, including using an unusual command and control (C&C) server.
Analysis shows that the malware, previously a banking trojan focused on Android devices, has rapidly evolved just in the past month.
The Panda banking trojan, a spin-off from the infamous Zeus malware, is widening its net to attack more than just financial services targets, as seen in three ongoing campaigns discovered in May.
Emails try to get recipients to share revealing photos of themselves so scammers can later extort them later.
Brazilian firms are the latest targets in a spam campaign delivering CHM help files hiding links to bank Trojans.
A new banking Trojan dubbed IcedID is is being distributed by a seasoned cybergang or hacker targeting U.S. financial institutions.
Zeus Panda, a banking Trojan designed to steal credentials, is being distributed via poisoned Google search results.
Threat actors behind the pervasive banking Trojan Ursnif made Japan one of their number one targets with fresh waves malspam attacks spotted last month.