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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#2163 Humbled malware author leaks his own source code to regain community's trust
The author of the Nuclear Bot banking trojan has leaked the source code of his own malware in a desperate attempt to regain trust and credibility in underground cybercrime forums.

Nuclear Bot, also known as NukeBot and more recently as Micro Banking Trojan and TinyNuke, is a new banking trojan that appeared on the malware scene in December 2016, when its author, a malware coder known as Gosya, started advertising it on an underground malware forum.
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#2167 Microsoft quietly patched Windows 0day used in attacks by Zirconium group
#2166 PyCL ransomware delivered via RIG EK in distribution test
#2165 One of the most dangerous forms of ransomware has just evolved to be harder to spot
#2164 Potent LastPass exploit underscores the dark side of password managers
#2163 Humbled malware author leaks his own source code to regain community's trust
#2162 Security? What security? Four million data records are stolen or lost every day
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