IcedID, a new banking trojan, is targeting financial institutions across the US, UK and Canada. Initial analysis shows that its impact is limited, and it also has certain flaws that make it vulnerable to multilayered security solutions.
Banking Trojan Retefe now leverages an exploit previously linked to WannaCry and Petya. Updated propagation methods of this malware, as well as other banking malware, show how cybercriminals are ramping up operations.
Online banking is not without risks. As much as it offers ease and convenience, when it comes to security, fraudsters and cybercriminals are very much on the lookout for unknowing users they can steal from.
A recent string of website defacements call for the release of SpyEye creator Hamza Bendelladj, codename Bx1. Trend Micro, working law enforcement, facilitated his arrest in 2013. Two years after, why is his name still making waves?