Tag: Phishing

  Dyre is one of the most sophisticated banking and commercial malware agents in the wild. This trojan uses fake login pages, server-side webinjects, and modular architecture to adapt to the victim. This in-depth report looks at the entire fraud flow and its capabilities. Dyre is a relatively new banking Trojan, first seen in the…

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VBKlip has evolved significantly from searching for IBAN data in copy-paste functionality to MITB techniques. Source link lol

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  Slave is financial malware written in Visual Basic. Since 2015 it has evolved from relatively simple IBAN swapping of destination bank account numbers to stealthy browser infection, function hooking, and unique webinjects. Slave conducts its attack by hooking the Internet browser functions and manipulating their code for various fraudulent activities. This manipulation can be…

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Renewed Dyre Commands Dyre uses a windows pipe for inter-process communication, passing commands from the main module it injects into the “windows explorer’ process to other processes. The commands are passed both to browsers launched by the user and stealthy worker-processes launched by the malware itself. In the new sample, most of the commands discussed…

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  Standard mobile banking trojans post their own fraudulent content over banking applications. The Yasuo-Bot malware takes it a step further by dynamically pulling fraudulent content from the C&C server. Since 2010, mobile malware is on the rise. The first mobile Trojan launched was Zitmo (Zeus in the mobile), a mobile version of the most…

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Fake Pages An attack vector that strongly identified the Dyre malware is massively used now by Dridex authors. To accomplish that, the latest uses the same old “redirection” technique. The malware part that resides inside the browser implementation (“Man-in-the-Browser”) is able to intercept the browser’s requests sent to any domain and redirect them to the…

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Ongoing campaign analysis has revealed that Dridex malware's latest focus has strongly shifted in recent months to US banks. Source link lol

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More Complexity to Come The profession of webinject crafting is being reflected in Trojan campaigns against banks. We can only guess whether the resemblance between the webinjects is a result of a cooperation or of both fraudsters buying webinjects from the same third party. Either way, a great deal of fraud business logic is now…

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Trickbot, the latest arrival to the banking malware scene and successor to the infamous Dyre botnet, is in constant flux, and its authors are continually adding new targets and functionality. F5 malware researchers have been monitoring Trickbot and have uncovered a new variant that substantially increases the number of German banks being targeted. Trickbot was…

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“Managing” vulnerabilities is an endless effort that is only truly noticed when it fails. More often than not, the constant debate over which vulnerabilities get prioritized for remediation is decided based on likelihood of exploit, followed by impact, and level of effort to fix. The typical result is that low- and medium-grade vulnerabilities get de-prioritized—in…

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