Analyzing TrickBot, one of the most popular banking malwares for Windows

Posted by buguroo - 08/01/2020

Although it is true that malware attacks have been changing in recent years, a large part of them is still used to steal victims' banking credentials.

In recent months ransomware attacks have become very popular, since the benefit that attackers can obtain is usually greater than the benefit obtained through malware focused solely on the theft of banking information. In addition, the risk is lower, since using the stolen credentials for the end theft of money involves a greater risk, except in cases where the stolen credentials are sold on the 'deep web'.

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Analyzing TrickBot, one of the most popular banking malwares for Windows


Although malware for mobile devices has gained popularity in recent years due to the rise of smartphones, where almost anything can be managed today, desktop malware is still there.

Moreover, with the improvements introduced in threat detection, it is the malware developers who evolve and include increasingly complex functionalities to achieve their objective and steal banking credentials.

 

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