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Spam Downpour Drips New IcedID Banking Trojan Variant

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Jun
2021
Spam Downpour Drips New IcedID Banking Trojan Variant

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Researchers have seen a new variant of the IcedID banking trojan sliding in via two new spam campaigns.

Written in English and carrying ZIP files full of the malware – or links to such ZIP files – the new twist on the old banking trojan is a tweaked downloader, which the threat actors moved from the initial x86 version to the latest: an x86-64 version. They also ditched the fake command-and-control (C2s, aka C&Cs) that were found in the earlier configuration and which were likely there to complicate malware analysis, researchers said.

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