Brolux trojan targets Japanese banking users, distributed through adult site

October 16, 2015

Japanese online banking users are the target of a newly detected banking trojan, dubbed Win32/Brolux.A, which is spread through two vulnerabilities distributed by an adult website, security researchers at ESET said in a Thursday post.

The trojan takes advantage of a vulnerability in Flash that was revealed after the Hacking Team itself was hacked as well as a vulnerability called the unicorn bug, which was discovered last year in Internet Explorer.

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