An email spam campaign targeting companies in the petroleum, gas and helium industries has been spotted by Symantec researchers.
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NanoCore, a lesser-known remote access Trojan (RAT), has recently been spotted being delivered to employees of energy companies in Asia and the Middle East via spear-phishing emails impersonating a legitimate oil company in South Korea.
Researchers are warning about a new malware delivery campaign aimed at spreading Fareit, a password-stealing Trojan that can also download additional malware.
Nine of the most common and sophisticated financial Trojans in use are targeting 1,467 financial institutions in 86 countries, says a Symantec report compiled after the analysis of 999 configuration files from recent Trojan samples.
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