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.
The cybergang behind the TrickBot Trojan has moved into Singapore, targeting the many multinational corporations that operate in the region.
Researchers discovered a new banking Trojan, TrickBot, that appears to borrow an uncommon webinjection technique from the infamous Dyre family of malware.
IBM X-Force researchers reported that TrickBot is fully operational and already capable of deploying two of the most advanced browser manipulation methods.
The authors of TrickBot malware appear to have rewritten the Dyre Trojan's code, leading researchers to suggest that the same developers might be involved.
The financial industry is plagued by a few main types of malware and cybercrime attacks, including Shellshock and denial-of-service attacks.
Early reports indicate that the cybercrime gang behind the Dyre banking Trojan has been busted in Moscow by Russian authorities.
IBM X-Force researchers have been following new developments in the Dridex Trojan's attack methodologies and share intelligence in this alert.
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