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New features of the Trickbot Trojan | Kaspersky official blog

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Oct
2021
New features of the Trickbot Trojan | Kaspersky official blog

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Exactly five years ago, in October 2016, our solutions first encountered a Trojan named Trickbot (aka TrickLoader or Trickster). Found mostly on home computers back then, its primary task was to steal login credentials for online banking services. In recent years, however, its creators have actively transformed the banking Trojan into a multifunctional modular tool.

What’s more, Trickbot is now popular with cybercriminal groups as a delivery vehicle for injecting third-party malware into corporate infrastructure. News outlets recently reported that Trickbot’s authors have hooked up with various new partners to use the malware to infect corporate infrastructure with all kinds of additional threats, such as the Conti ransomware.

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