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  • Liz Lindsay

Phishing Alert: This fake email about a bank payment delivers trojan malware

According to ZDnet, researchers detail new attacks using a new version of keylogging and information stealing Remcos malware. Available to crooks for as little as $58, the malware is an information stealer and surveillance tool, using capabilities including keylogging, taking screenshots, and stealing clipboard contents to secretly take usernames and passwords from infected victims. The highly customizable form of trojan malware has returned and is being distributed via phishing emails claiming that a payment is being made to a bank account.

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