Threat group moves away from “smash-and-grab” attacks and adopts a boutique approach to targeting victims.
CamuBot is a unique malware targeting Brazilian bank customers that attempts to bypass biometric account protections.
Emails try to get recipients to share revealing photos of themselves so scammers can later extort them later.
A recently discovered Dridex campaign had a few peculiar characteristics, including the use of FTP instead of HTTP.
Researchers have found a variant of Ursnif Trojan they said is a “v3 build” that targets Australian bank customers with new redirection attack techniques.
IBM’s X-Force Research team reports hackers attacking Brazilian banks are using the Windows scripting tool called AutoIt to reduces the likelihood of antivirus software detection.
Banking Trojan Retefe is adopting new WannaCry tricks, adding an EternalBlue module to propagate the malware.
Ransomware called IKARUSdilapidated is managing to slip into unsuspecting organizations as an unknown file.