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and effectiveness, DRIDEX is right up there with the worst of them. DRIDEX is one of the notable online banking malware that has multiple information theft routines such as form grabbing, clickshot
taxes, HM Revenue & Customs. It informs users that they have pending refunds and instructs them to open the attached document. Doing so, would lead to the installation of a DRIDEX variant detected as
DRIDEX continues to make waves with yet another invoice spam run. We recently spotted spammed emails supposedly containing an invoice. When users open the .DOC file attachment, it triggers the
Subject: Fake Letter-Response email with DRIDEX attachment DRIDEX is a notorious online banking malware that performs a plethora of information theft routines such as form-grabbing, HTML injections,
An email that poses as a notification of a possible account compromise carries an attachment that is detected as DRIDEX malware. To convince users to open the attachment, it instructs recipients to
This spyware is one of the many DRIDEX variants that have been found in spam runs in November 2015. The said spam runs were observed after the takedown of a DRIDEX botnet. To get a one-glance
We spotted spam emails laden with DRIDEX malware that pretends to come from a British gas company. Unsuspecting users who opened the email will see an attached Word document file that has malicious
This spyware is one of the many DRIDEX variants that have been found in spam runs in November 2015. The said spam runs were observed after the takedown of a DRIDEX botnet. To get a one-glance
This malware is involved in the DRIDEX malspam campaign that was spotted in early November 2014. It purports itself as a word document with malicious macro code that then downloads DRIDEX onto the
This malware is related to the DRIDEX spam runs that used financial matters as its social engineering ploy. These spam emails have Word and Excel file documents which contain the macro that downloads
This malware is related to the DRIDEX spam runs that used financial matters as its social engineering ploy. These spam emails have Word and Excel file documents which contain the macro that downloads
will be executed. The malicious macro is detected as W2KM_DRIDEX.YYSQQ. DRIDEX malware are known to use spam to spread to a number of users. For your protection, make sure that you have email filtering
trigger the download of the malware detected by Trend Micro as W2KM_DRIDEX.YYSQE. DRIDEX infection could cause financial losses for the affected parties due to its online banking credential theft routines,
This malware is related to the DRIDEX spam runs that used financial matters as its social engineering ploy. These spam emails have Word and Excel file documents which contain the macro that downloads
so. What is the final payload? For this spam run, DRIDEX variants are the final payload. DRIDEX is a malware family known for stealing personal information related to online banking through HTML
A new wave of DRIDEX spam run is seen in the wild. Much like its predecessor, these recent spammed messages pretend as invoice to lure the users in opening the attachment. Once the attachment is
surreptitiously triggers a download of the Dridex malware, enabling it to first steal credentials and then attempt to generate fraudulent financial transactions. The spam mail is already blocked and the attachment
embedded in the document triggers the execution of a malware known as a variant of W2KM_DRIDEX. DRIDEX is a banking malware that leverages macros in Microsoft Office to infect systems. Once a computer has
Description Name: DRIDEX - SSL (Request) . This is Trend Micro detection for packets passing through SSL network protocols that can be used as N/A. This also indicates a malware infection. Below are some indicators of an infected host:Excessive spamm...
Description Name: DRIDEX - HTTP (Request) - Variant 4 . This is Trend Micro detection for packets passing through HTTP network protocols that can be used as N/A. This also indicates a malware infection. Below are some indicators of an infected host:E...