Another malware building toolkit has been leaked, allowing less tech-savvy crooks to generate a fully functional variant of the KINS banking Trojan and to inject its configuration code in a JPG file in order for it not to be spotted.
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.
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.
The Simda botnet, believed to have infected more than 770,000 computers worldwide, has been targeted in a global operation.
On April 8, a global operation targeted the Beebone (also known as AAEH) botnet, a polymorphic downloader bot which installs various forms of malware on victims’ computers.
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