Our latest banking malware analysis

In January of 2021, a new family of previously undetected banking malware was discovered. The samples were found on the VirusTotal and Koodous malware analysis platforms.
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This past 2020 has been a year full of high-profile attacks and notorious vulnerabilities, watered with a pandemic climate that cybercriminals have taken advantage of.
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Perhaps one of the biggest news stories from last October was the operation carried out by Microsoft and its partners , under the protection of a court order, to dismantle Trickbot, a banking trojan that has evolved to become a "mule" of various types of malware, such as Ryuk ransomware.
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New samples of this trojan were encountered on the smartphones of US users, which points to the possibility of a campaign aimed at expanding the number of affected users in these areas.
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An investigation carried out by researchers from the cybersecurity company Snyk has recently been made public, in which it has been discovered that an advertising framework includes malicious functionality among its code.
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In recent weeks, the Cerberus Android malware source code has been made public, which we have already written about on several occasions.
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In recent weeks, the Cerberus Android malware source code has been made public, which we have already written about on several occasions.
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Recently, an application was detected on Google Play that included code to display phishing web pages to steal the credentials of users who install it.
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The world of malware for mobile devices, and more specifically for Android devices, isn't very different from the world of malware on Windows and other desktop systems. In fact, we can see that practically the same type of malware exists on both mobile and desktop devices.
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The old Emotet bank trojan has made headlines in recent weeks as a result of it being used to infect computers with QakBot bank malware. As of today, Emotet has been turned into a "dropper", as attackers have long been using this malware as a vector for entering and infecting computers.
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