cognitive cybersecurity intelligence

News and Analysis

Search

This new malware campaign stole the banking details of 50,000 people – and it’s still going after new victims, so be careful

A sophisticated malware campaign has captured banking data from over 50,000 people across 40 global banks, according to IBM. The malware modifies web content when a user visits a malicious site, allowing the attacker to intercept passwords and one-time passwords. IBM says the malware is more stealthy than previous examples as it escapes detection by static analysis checks. IBM was unable to identify the culprits but suggested the hack resembled the DanaBot trojan.

Source: www.techradar.com –

Subscribe to newsletter

Subscribe to HEAL Security Dispatch for the latest healthcare cybersecurity news and analysis.

More Posts

Wyoming hospital names CFO

Memorial Hospital of Carbon County in Rawlins, Wyoming, has appointed Margaret Fontana as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective from the first week of