The DanaBot Trojan is a dangerous virus infection that specifically targets online banking users. It can cause many system modifications, spy on the users and also deploy other viruses, including ransomware. Read our complete analysis and removal guide to learn how to restore infected hosts.
DanaBot Trojan – Distribution Methods
The DanaBot Trojan is a newly discovered banking Trojan that peaked in May 2018. Samples continue to be spread to users worldwide and it appears that the hackers will continue to use various strategies in order to spread it. At the moment the main emphasis of the DanaBot Trojan attacks appear to be Australia, most of the reported infections seem to target victims located in the country.
One of the primary distribution techniques is the use of SPAM email messages. They use social engineering techniques that design the emails with elements taken from famous companies. This can confuse the users into thinking that they have received a legitimate notification or a password reset link. Upon interacting with the elements the users may download and execute the DanaBot Trojan file directly or (Read more...)
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