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8196287665?profile=RESIZE_400xBrazil is known for its pristine beaches, nightlife, hot dancing, and of course - The Girl from Ipanema.  A recently uncovered Brazilian banking Trojan targeting Android devices can spy on over 150 apps, including those of banks, cryptocurrency exchanges, and fintech firms, as a way to gather credentials and other data, according to an analysis by security firm Kaspersky.  A Trojan is sometimes called a Trojan virus or a Trojan horse virus, but that is a contradiction.  Viruses can execute and r

8195120853?profile=RESIZE_400xSecurity researchers have discovered a new Android banking trojan that can spy and steal data from 153 Android applications.

Named Ghimob, the trojan is believed to have been developed by the same group behind the Astaroth (Guildma) Windows malware, according to a report published on Monday by Kaspersky.  Kaspersky says the new Android trojan has been offered for download packed inside malicious Android apps on sites and servers previously used by the Astaroth operation. Distribution was never c

8185032874?profile=RESIZE_400xA stealthy new Windows Trojan steals saved passwords, session cookies, hardware and software information and other valuable items from the Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers and from Windows itself. 

The malware, named Jupyter by its finders at Israeli security firm Morphisec, has been active since at least May 2020, but it escaped detection by most antivirus software until last week; partly because unlike most malware, Jupyter runs mostly in memory and leaves very little trace on a syst

8131297495?profile=RESIZE_400xThe number of attacks related to Emotet continue to spike after the dangerous botnet re-emerged over the summer with a fresh phishing and spam campaign that is primarily infecting devices with a banking Trojan, according to new research from HP-Bromium, an end-point security company.

Emotet is a malware strain and a cybercrime operation. The malware, also known as Geodo and Mealybug, was first detected in 2014 and remains active, deemed one of the most prevalent threats of 2019. First versions o

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Hackers are using a phishing campaign to deploy KONNI malware, a remote access trojan (RAT), via Microsoft Word documents containing malicious Visual Basic Application (VBA) macro code, according to a recent Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure alert (CISA). 

First observed in 2014, the malware was linked to several campaigns tied to North Korea. There are also significant links in code with the NOKKI malware family and researchers possess some evidence that link

The XXIII Olympic Winter Games, hosted in PyeongChang, South Korea, commence on 9 February 2018. Wapack Labs observed two compromised individuals, infected with AZORult malware, logging into the official Olympic Winter Games portal, pyeongchang2018.com. AZORult is a Trojan horse which steals information from a compromised system. After installation, AZORult begins looking for sensitive data; browser cookies, usernames and passwords, system information, and autocomplete fields.