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Banking Trojans traditionally use configuration files that have been stored on the computer being attacked. These configuration files contain the addresses of the compromised websites, and the code, called the Webinject, which they are seeking to add to these websites via the banking Trojans. This code is then responsible for stealing access data and personal […]

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Hesperbot – Technical Analysis: Part 2/2 Win32/Spy.Hesperbot is a new banking trojan that has been targeting online banking users in Turkey, the Czech Republic, Portugal and the United Kingdom. In this 3rd Hesperbot blog post we’ll look at the most intriguing part of the malware – the way it handles network traffic interception. The malware […]

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Malware targeting online banking sites naturally cause alarm among users, as they are designed to steal not only information but also money from its users. Thus it is no surprise that the surfacing of KINS, peddled as “professional-grade banking Trojan” in the underground market, raised concerns that it might become as successful as ZeuS/ZBOT had […]

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