A new Linux threat has been identified by Dr. Web researchers.
Bankosy is a banking Trojan that has been targeting Android users for a while now, but has only recently been updated with a new capability of note: the ability to deceive voice call-based two-factor authorization (2FA) systems.
The BlackEnergy APT - or SandWorm group, as some researchers call it - has been active since 2007 (at least).
A relatively new Android Trojan family has been bringing grief to users around the world, posing as a Flash Player or WhatsApp update, stealing online banking credentials, one time passwords (OTPs), and login credentials for popular Android apps.
In December, Europol and a number of law enforcement and judicial authorities across Europe carried out a two weeks long coordinated action against the use of remote access Trojans (RATs).
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