Trend Micro researchers detected a new Ursnif campaign targeting users in Japan. The malware is distributed through infected Microsoft Word documents coming from spam emails.
Ursnif, also known as Gozi, is an information stealer that collects login credentials from browsers and email applications. It has capabilities for monitoring network traffic, screen capturing, and keylogging. It is propagated through spam messages or by being downloaded from remote sites by other malware. It can also spread through networks and removable drives.
Source: Trend Micro