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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1010 GozNym: Living in America
IBM X-Force researchers who study cybercrime threats and malware configurations report that the GozNym banking malware, a Trojan hybrid previously covered in early April, is expanding the reach of its nefarious redirection attacks to the U.S.

Not two months after setting up and launching redirection attacks on banks in Poland, GozNym’s operators are testing those out on four of the largest banks in the U.S. Unsurprisingly for GozNym, the attackers are focusing the malware’s configuration on business banking services.

The list of redirection targets appears limited at this time, but past cases such as Dridex’s redirection campaigns prove that these attacks often begin with a few targets and then expand.
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