Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#1685 TrickBot banking trojan adds new browser manipulation tools
The TrickBot banking Trojan, a close relative to Dyre, has a growing target list and new browser manipulation techniques, experts at IBM X-Force said.

“We expect to see it amplify infection campaigns and fraud attacks, sharpen its aim on business and corporate accounts,” wrote Limor Kessem, executive security advisor with IBM in a security bulletin Tuesday.

TrickBot, Kessem said, has matured quickly over the past three months during its testing and development stage. She added, the banking Trojan has also implemented two of the “most advanced browser manipulation techniques observed in banking malware in the past few years.”
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