The Android banking Trojan known as Svpeng has been improved by its creators and is now capable to perform phishing attacks as well as stealing money directly from a victim’s bank account by executing commands from a remote C&C.
As much as they are useful, ATMs are also very vulnerable to tampering and attacks from individuals looking for money.
Just a few days ago, the source code of the famous KINS banking Trojan was leaked.
Each month, The ThreatMetrix Global Trust Intelligence Network (The Network) screens more than 500 million site visitors, across more than 1,900 customers and 9,000 websites and uses predictive analytics to differentiate between legitimate and fraudulent behavior, personas and devices.
As more and more people use their mobile phones to do their online banking, money transfers, and so on, cyber crooks wielding banking malware are increasingly turning to targeting mobile users.
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