Banking Trojans Retooled for Data Mining

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The evolution of malware is garnering attention from security researchers and law enforcement, as the off-the-shelf banking Trojans known as Dyre and Dridex have now been linked to the theft of massive amounts of corporate and personal data.

Eward Driehuis, a director at cybersecurity and threat-intelligence firm Fox-IT who was a featured presenter at Information Security Media Group's Fraud Summit Toronto this week, says cybercriminals are now using Dyre and Dridex to gather data that can help track patterns of human and corporate behavior, which might later be used to help attackers evade network intrusion detection

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