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

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A Russian-speaking cybercrime was observed combining powerful information-stealing malware with typosquatted domains to steal (opens in new tab) login details for banking sites. The campaign was spotted by cybersecurity experts Hold Security and reported by KrebsOnSecurity.

According to the report, the group known as The Disneyland Team is targeting people 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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