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Hackers are testing a new variation of the Ursnif Trojan aimed at Australian bank customers that utilizes novel code injection techniques. Since the summer of 2017, IBM X-Force researchers report that Ursnif (or Gozi) samples have been tested in the wild by a new malware developer. The samples are a noteworthy upgrade from previous versions. […]

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Starting in the summer of 2017, IBM X-Force research detected a new variation of the Ursnif Trojan being tested in the wild. The malware is based on the same malcode of the original Ursnif Trojan (aka Gozi ISFB), but features some modifications on the code injection level and to attack tactics. Read More

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The Emotet banking Trojan has been around since 2014. It continues to evolve, and has even been spotted acting like a distribution method for other banking malware. In September, Emotet staged another big comeback fuelled, in part, by new propagation methods implemented in the newest variants. It can now also spread through networks by brute […]

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