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Recently, Check Point researchers have detected malware for Windows that uses the coronavirus (COVID-19) to infect its victims. This malware campaign has been dubbed 'Vicious Panda', and its main objective is the public sector in Mongolia.
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Recently, Check Point researchers have detected malware for Windows that uses the coronavirus (COVID-19) to infect its victims. This malware campaign has been dubbed 'Vicious Panda', and its main objective is the public sector in Mongolia.
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The BasBanke banking Trojan, also known as Coybot, is a Brazilian Trojan that we have already discussed in one of our posts.
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Cerberus is a well-known banking Trojan for Android that we already discussed in a comprehensive report on how it works in October 2019, when it began to affect Spanish and Latin American entities.
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In recent weeks there have been several samples detected of 'Faketoken', a banking Trojan for Android first detected in 2014. These samples would be using infected devices to send spam or phishing SMS messages for propagation. Due to this message sending activity, often to foreign numbers, users infected with Faketoken trojan suffer from an increase in their telephone bills.
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According to Forrester, ransomware attacks grew 500% in 2019 compared to 2018. However, in addition to the increase in these types of attack, the presence of malware to undermine cryptocurrencies (29% more) and attacks on IoT devices (10% more) grew also. Such attacks are becoming more and more profitable and, above all, more simple technically than attacks using banking malware.
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Trend Micro researchers Ecular Xu and Joseph C Chen recently discovered three malicious applications in Google Play. They are not the first malicious Google Play apps to be found. In the past, others have been detected that were designed primarily to steal data, whether banking data or a victim’s other personal data.
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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.
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BasBanke, also known as Coybot, is a banking malware for Android designed to steal banking credentials from Brazilian entities. It started its malicious activity at the time of the Brazilian elections of October 2018 and has recently reappeared.
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A new banking Trojan for Android devices has been discovered recently that is specially designed to steal banking credentials for Spanish entities. It belongs to the 'GINP' family, which was discovered in June 2019, although in its first versions it did not include any functionality for the theft of banking credentials
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