Osiris’ fundamental makeup positions it in the fore of malware trends, despite being based on old source code that’s been knocking around for years.
CamuBot is a unique malware targeting Brazilian bank customers that attempts to bypass biometric account protections.
Trickbot is back, this time with a stealthy code injection trick.
A massive proxy botnet is just the tip of the iceberg, a warning sign of a bigger operation in the works by the Ramnit operators.
The Kronos banking trojan is back. Researchers have identified four unique campaigns that use variants of the once formidable malware.
The Emotet malware is back in full force in 2018 – and is now expanding its capabilities to act as a distributor of threats for other attack groups.
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.