Posts Tagged: MitB

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    Tatanga: a new banking trojan with MitB functions

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    Recently our e-crime unit has detected a new banking trojan, named as Tatanga, with Man in the Browser (MitB) functions affecting banks in Spain, United Kingdom, Germany and Portugal. Like SpyEye, it can perform automatic transactions, retrieving the mules from a server and spoofing the real balance and banking operations of the users. Its detection… Read more »

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    SpyEye latest features include Man-in-the-Browser

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    Less than a month ago, S21sec e-crime detected a new threat that defeats the second authentication vector based on SMS. Today, we’re back to announce a new technique which, although is already known, is affecting some organizations during the last weeks: Man in the Browser. Briefly, this new technique (MitB), is implemented by a trojan… Read more »