The top three banking malware families

July 3, 2015

Via: malware

The primary motivator behind banking malware attacks is to capture credentials, financial data, and personal information from employees, and partner company employees, across industries. Then apply this stolen information in fraudulent wire transfers or fake automated clearing house (ACH) transactions to steal funds.

SecurityScorecard sinkholes found 11,952 infections affecting 4,702 organizations and identified the top banking malware families to be Dridex, Bebloh and TinyBanker.

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