The Ursnif banking Trojan began targeting financial institutions in Japan during Q3 2017 and continues to operate in the region as we enter Q4.
The cybergang operating the TrickBot banking Trojan were unusually active over the summer, launching new campaigns in Latin America and updating its code.
A new banking malware called Red Alert 2.0 poses a significant threat to Android users. The Trojan leverages third-party apps to steal data.
A new, upgraded version of remote access malware Client Maximus points to the growing sophistication of cybercriminals in Brazil.
Before it started fading out in June 2016, Shifu malware appeared to be targeting banks in Japan and the U.K. and evolving at a steady pace.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered 20 apps in the Google Play Store that deliver mobile malware to unsuspecting Android users.
IBM X-Force attributed a recent wave of malware-induced Active Directory (AD) lockouts across several IR engagements to the operators of the QakBot 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.
Threat actors with apparent ties to the Lazarus cybergang launched an attack against Polish banks that may be part of a broader, global campaign.
Researchers detected a wave of phishing attacks in the U.K. delivering malware that shares code with the infamous Dridex banking Trojan.