Blog Tag: Trojan

Stop Dangerous Ursnif Phishing Attacks with Data Sanitization

November 13, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
If you haven't heard of Ursnif, you may soon. There is a new phishing attack that takes social engineering deception to a new level, and Ursnif is behind it. This Trojan can hijack credentials via man-in-the-browser attacks, keylogging,...

No Macros Needed: Zusy Malware Spreads Via Legitimate PowerPoint Feature

June 07, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
SentinelOne researchers recently identified a new variant of Zusy malware that spreads via PowerPoint presentations — without using macros. Zusy, also known as "Tinba" and "Tiny Banker," is a banking Trojan. This new threat vector...

Don't Cry Wolf: Tracking Dyre Wolf's Evolution

June 16, 2015 by Blaine Swarthout
Banking Trojans are nothing new to security experts and citizens around the globe. Many banking Trojans seem to come and go, while others leave a reputation that will forever be burned into the psyche of security analysts, such as Carberp,...