An active malware campaign primarily targeting U.S. corporations with a new polymorphic variant of the Qbot banking trojan has been compromising thousands of victims around the world, researchers have reported.
The worm-like malware, whose original version is roughly a decade old, allows attackers to collect browsing activity and steal bank account credentials and other financial information. This is accomplished through a combination through a combination of techniques, including keylogging, credential and cookie exfiltration, and hooking.
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