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Cridex Banking Malware Variant Uses Gameover Zeus Thieving Technique

16
Aug
2014

Security researchers have found a new strain of the Cridex banking malware, one that relies on HTML injections very similar to Gameover Zeus (GOZ), making it more sophisticated and efficient.

Cridex, also known as Bugat, Feodo, and Geodo, does not rely on a peer-to-peer (P2P) infrastructure for communicating with the command and control servers and it mostly serves the malicious purpose of stealing online banking credentials.

Malware researchers at IBM X-Force, who identify the malware as Bu…

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