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First detected in May 2018,1 DanaBot is a banking trojan that has since shifted its targets from banks in Australia to banks in Europe, as well as global email providers such as Google, Microsoft and Yahoo for the holiday phishing season.
|BotNet blog||F5 Labs|
|7.12.18||DanaBot evolves beyond banking Trojan with new spam-sending capability||ESET research shows that DanaBot operators have been expanding the malware’s scope and possibly cooperating with another criminal group.||BotNet blog||Eset|
TrickBot takes over as top business threat
|1.11.18||New Ramnit Campaign Spreads Azorult Malware||This summer we wrote about the Ramnit malware and its underlying “Black” botnet campaign which was used for distributing proxy malware. Much to our surprise, the C&C servers of the “Black” botnet were shut.||BotNet blog||Checkpoint|
An organization needs to have a collaborative hiring process, advised Steve Jobs. Always a group to follow mainstream trends closely, in recent years we’ve seen cyber criminals take greater heed of this advice by increasingly hiring cyber mercenaries and Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) providers as a way to carry out their malicious activities.
|DorkBot: An Investigation||Research By: Mark Lechtik Overview: DorkBot is a known malware that dates back to 2012. It is thought to be distributed via links on social media, instant messaging applications or infected removable media.||BotNet blog|
Last week, thanks to the Check Point web sensor network, our researchers discovered a new and massive IoT Botnet, ‘IoTroop’. Due to the urgency of this discovery, we quickly published our initial findings.
Key Points: A massive Botnet is forming to create a cyber-storm that could take down the internet. An estimated million organizations have already been scanned with an unknown amount actually infected. The Botnet.