This malware can access your bank account if you make a typo

Russian-speaking cybercriminal group observed combining powerful information-stealing malware with typosquat domains to steal (opens in a new tab) login details for banking services. The campaign was spotted by cybersecurity experts Hold Security and reported on by KrebsOnSecurity.

According to the report, a group known as The Disneyland Team targets individuals infected with a powerful banking malware called Gozi 2.0 (AKA Ursnif), which can steal computer data, collect user credentials and financial information, and deploy additional malware.

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