Friday, 16 October 2015

British banks lose £20 million to Dridex malware

From Finextra –

“UK internet users are being warned to take guard against a virulent strain of banking malware that has succeeded in siphoning £20 million from individual bank accounts.

The alert from the UK's national Crime Agency centres on Dridex malware, also known as Bugat and Cridex, which has been developed by technically skilled cyber criminals in Eastern Europe to harvest online banking details. The Agency is encouraging all internet users to ensure they have up to date operating systems and anti-virus software installed on their machines, to protect themselves from further cyber crime attacks.”

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