In June and July of 2015, the thieves stole several hundred thousand zlotys (at least 100k EUR) from accounts of the bank customers. The affected customers had one thing in common – they had a phone in Play network (a Polish mobile operator) and received a series of text messages with codes to authorize non-commissioned transfers.
An international blackmail campaign took place yesterday. We are aware of a few club owners in big cities in Poland and Germany (and probably some other countries) who got the following messages: Continue reading “Blackmail, bitcoin and bomb threats for club owners”
As many banks use SMS 2FA for transfer authorization, malware authors are constantly looking for new opportunities to take over control of PC infection victims’ smartphones. We have identified a new attack scenario that involves both PC and mobile devices infection by leveraging trust people have in Google services. Continue reading “Banking trojan, Gmail webinject, SMS message and malicious APK – all in one attack scenario”