This banking malware just returned with new sneaky tricks to steal you data

A new variant of an infamous banking Trojan malware with a history going back over ten years has emerged with new tactics to ensure it’s harder to detect.The malware aims to hunt out financial information, usernames, passwords and other sensitive data. The Ursnif banking Trojan is one of the most popular forms of information-stealing malware targeting Windows PCs and it has existed in one form or another since at least 2007, when the its code first emerged in the Gozi banking Trojan.

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