28 Jan '17, 4pm

Malware Discovered Sending Fake Emails to Steal Bitcoin and Passwords

Twitter Linkedin Facebook Reddit Weibo A new malware that steals passwords and bitcoin from cryptocurrency wallets has been discovered by Cyren, an Internet security service provider, according to the company’s blog . The malware targets banking customers, and according to Cyren, is carrying out a massive campaign. The emails inform the recipient of a deposit. The emails originate mainly from bots in the United States and Singapore , and are branded as being from various banks, including Emirates, NDB and DBS. The malware is a keylogger that is carried as an attachment to emails for fake bank transfers. Once the victim opens the attachment, the malware can record everything the victim types on their keyboard and every place they place their mouse. How It Works The malware queries the victim’s registry for passwords and other information related to various types of software...

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