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Corkow Trojan Targets Bank Customers, Bitcoin Owners and Android Developers

12
Feb
2014

Security researchers from ESET have been monitoring the activities of a banking Trojan that appears to be used by cybercriminals to target people in Russia and Ukraine. The threat, Win32/Corkow, is primarily a banking Trojan, but it has several noteworthy capabilities.

According to experts, the threat is modular, which means that its creators can extend its capabilities by using various plugins.

Corkow can log keystrokes in an effort to steal passwords, it can grab sc…

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