The cybergang behind GootKit followed up its recent U.K. activity by launching redirection attacks at Italian banking services.
X-Force researchers discovered that the cybergang behind the GootKit banking Trojan recently began launching redirection attacks in the U.K.
IBM X-Force researchers recently observed a massive drop in Neverquest malware campaigns. Is it the end of an era for this Trojan?
According to IBM X-Force Research, the operators of the infamous TrickBot Trojan have been hand-picking private banks to target with redirection attacks.
After being spurned by his cybercriminal peers on underground forums, the creator of NukeBot apparently leaked the banking Trojan's source code.
GootKit is an ongoing malware project that affects the three most popular browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
X-Force researchers revealed the cybergang behind Gootkit had upgraded the banking Trojan with new network interception and certificate bypass methods.
Researchers discovered a new banking malware that targets users' sensitive information and cryptocurrency wallets through phishing emails.
For the first time, IBM X-Force Researchers reported Zeus Sphinx activity targeting banks and financial institutions in Canada and Australia.
Due to the recent leak of valuable source code on underground forums, security researchers predicted an increase in banking Trojan attacks.