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POS Malware, RATs and Banking Trojans Used by Cybercrime Group

16
Apr
2014

Security experts from FireEye have been monitoring the activities of a cybercrime group that uses various types of malware in its operations.

There are two major types of cybercriminals: ones that use off-the-shelf malware to infect as many computers as possible, and sophisticated actors known for launching whats known as Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks.

However, there are more and more groups that fall in between these two categories. FireEye has analyzed the activities of …

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