Since it was first spotted in June 2014, the Dyre/Dyreza banking Trojan has become extremely popular with cyber crooks, and especially those that target businesses.
For over 5 years, and perhaps even longer, servers around the world running Linux and BSD operating systems have been targeted by an individual or group that compromised them via a backdoor Trojan, then made them send out spam, ESET researchers have found.
Cybercriminals continue targeting enterprises with malicious emails whose ultimate goal is to infect company computers with the Dyre/Dyreza banking malware.
In order to provide organizations insight into the most insidious and pervasive banking botnets currently being used to target financial institutions and their clients, Dell SecureWorks released at RSA Conference 2015 its annual Top Banking Botnets threat analysis.
Since the discovery of the Poweliks fileless Trojan in August 2014, researchers have been expecting other similar malware to pop up.
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