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Hacking Team used fake app hosted on Google Play to install its spyware on Android devices

“The massive Hacking Team data leak includes the source code of a fake Android news app and instructions on how to use it, Trend Micro researchers have found. The app, …

Duke APT group adds low-profile SeaDuke Trojan to their malware arsenal

“Not much is known about the cyber espionage group that wields the so-called “Dukes”: backdoors and information stealers that all have “Duke” in …

Why a Dyre infection leads to more than just stolen banking credentials

“The Dyre/Dyreza information-stealer has without a doubt filled the vacuum generated by the 2014 and 2015 law enforcement takedowns of botnet infrastructure of several …

The downfall of a major cybercrime ring exploiting banking Trojans

“A joint investigation team (JIT) consisting of investigators and judicial authorities from six different European countries, supported by Europol and Eurojust, has …

Trojan uses steganography to hide itself in image files

“The Dell SecureWorks CTU research team has recently analyzed a piece of malware that uses digital steganography to hide part of its malicious code. Stegoloader, as they …

Trojanized Sberbank mobile app lurking on third-party stores

“A Trojanized Android version of the Sberbank online banking mobile application is being distributed via third-party online stores and file-sharing sites, warns Russian …

Dyre banking Trojan infections more than doubled

“Cybercriminal interest in online banking continues to grow, and crooks wielding the Dyre/Dyreza banking Trojan continue spewing out spam emails delivering a new variant …

Rombertik’s disk wiping mechanism is aimed at pirates, not researchers

Rombertik, the information-stealing malware that was recently analyzed by Cisco researchers and which apparently tries to prevent researchers from doing so by rewriting the …

New infostealer tries to foil analysis attempts by wiping hard drive

“Cisco researchers have discovered a new information-stealing Trojan that reads and records any plain-text data the victim types into their browser. But this discovery …

New Dyre variant outsmarts AV researchers’ sandboxes

“Since it was first spotted in June 2014, the Dyre/Dyreza banking Trojan has become extremely popular with cyber crooks, and especially those that target businesses. The …

Unnoticed for years, malware turned Linux and BSD servers into spamming machines

“For over 5 years, and perhaps even longer, servers around the world running Linux and BSD operating systems have been targeted by an individual or group that …

Banking Trojan delivered to companies via macro-based malware

“Cybercriminals continue targeting enterprises with malicious emails whose ultimate goal is to infect company computers with the Dyre/Dyreza banking malware. But instead …

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