Log4j vulnerability now used to install Dridex banking malware

Threat actors now exploit the critical Apache Log4j vulnerability named Log4Shell to infect vulnerable devices with the notorious Dridex banking trojan or Meterpreter. The Dridex malware is a banking trojan originally developed to steal online banking credentials from victims. However, Read More …

BazarLoader Adds Compromised Installers, ISO to Arrival and Delivery Vectors

We continue monitoring the campaigns using information stealer BazarLoader (detected by Trend Micro as TrojanSpy.Win64.BAZARLOADER, TrojanSpy.Win64.BAZARLOADER, and Backdoor.Win64.BAZARLOADER). While InfoSec forums have noted the spike in detections during the third quarter, we noticed two new arrival mechanisms included in the Read More …

Android malware BrazKing returns as a stealthier banking trojan

The BrazKing Android banking trojan has returned with dynamic banking overlays and a new implementation trick that enables it to operate without requesting risky permissions. A new malware sample was analyzed by IBM Trusteer researchers who found it outside the Read More …

Arrests were made, but the Mekotio Trojan lives on

Despite the arrest of individuals connected with the spread of the Mekotio banking Trojan, the malware continues to be used in new attacks. On Wednesday, Check Point Research (CPR) published an analysis on Mekotio, a modular banking Remote Access Trojan Read More …

Water Basilisk Uses New HCrypt Variant to Flood Victims with RAT Payloads

A fileless campaign that used a new HCrypt variant to distribute numerous remote access trojans (RATs) in victim systems uses a newer obfuscation mechanism compared to what has been observed in past reports. It reached the peak of activity in Read More …