A recently discovered malspam campaign targeting customers of a Polish bank was found using forgeries of Google reCAPTCHA images to fake legitimacy.

The banking malware was delivered via phishing emails that purported to seekin confirmation of a recent banking transaction that in reality never occurred, according to Feb. 21 blog post published week by Sucuri.

Recipients who panicked at the notion of an unauthorized transaction may have then clicked on a link leading to a malicious PHP file.

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