Our latest banking malware analysis

Nowadays, more and more people use their mobile devices to carry out their everyday tasks, such as managing their bank accounts, which has resulted in an upward trend in the amount of malware detected for these types of platforms.
Since cryptocurrencies came on the scene in late 2008 and early 2009, new malware has gradually emerged that does its utmost to steal users’ wallets and cryptocurrencies. This malware, just like all the others, has steadily evolved, implementing new methods for achieving its goals, as we explain below.
On multiple occasions, through bugFraud, we have detected WebInject attacks that begin with a computer banking Trojan and which, on account of the protection methods offered by banking institutions, have had to adapt to attack the mobile device.
At the end of September 2017 an article was published about the presence of a Spy Banker malware called XPCTRA (Expectra).
TrickBot seems to be one of the most popular Trojans these days and, as we could expect, our customers at bugFraud have also come across it.

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