New banking malware variant ready to profit from holiday rush

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A new variant of the notorious banking trojan Dyreza has been detected by researchers at Heimdal Security.

The data-stealing malware – a spinoff of the infamous ZeuS malware which targets major online banking websites, like Bank of America, Natwest, Citibank, RBS, Ulsterbank  – now is capable of working with Windows 10 and can also interact with Microsoft Edge, the company's new default web browser replacing Internet Explorer, to siphon data and then transfer it to malicious servers.

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