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Dyre Banking Trojan Delivered in JP Morgan Phishing Email

23
Aug
2014

Fake messages purporting to be from JP Morgan Chase banking service serves a version of Dyre banking Trojan that went undetected by any of the major antivirus engines on VirusTotal.

Dyre is a recently discovered remote access Trojan that relies on man-in-the-middle technique to route the connection between the client and the servers through cybercriminals infrastructure, basically controlling the communication exchange.

The attack vector used by the crooks is phishing, which claims to…

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