Another in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans In this installment of our series, we introduce Grandoreiro, a Latin American banking trojan targeting Brazil, Mexico, Spain and Peru. As such, it shows unusual effort by its authors to evade detection and emulation, and progress towards a modular architecture. We have seen Grandoreiro being … More Grandoreiro: How engorged can an EXE get?
Número dois in our series demystifying Latin American banking trojans. Most reverse engineers would agree that quite often one can learn something new on the job. However, it is not every day you learn how to cook a delicious meal while analyzing malware. This unique experience is provided by a malware family we discuss in … More Casbaneiro: Dangerous cooking with a secret ingredient
While the exact amount of stolen money and source of the cybercriminals are not known, the authorities have confirmed that no clients were affected. Cybercriminals infiltrated the Mexican financial system for several days at the end of April and stole nearly 400 million Mexican pesos (almost $20 million) from concentration accounts but not from private clients. It … More Mexico: Cybercriminals steal at least 400 million pesos through unauthorized transfers