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New Tinba banking trojan variant is stealthier, uses public key signing

2014/09/24

Softpedia - (International) Researchers from Trusteer analyzed an updated variant of the Tiny Banker (also known as Tinba) financial malware and discovered that the authors added a domain generation algorithm (DGA) and fitted it with user-mode rootkit capabilities and a verification process to make sure that messages are sent from an authentic bot master.

Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/New-Tinba-Banking-Trojan-Variant-Is-Stealthier-Uses-Public-Key-Signing-459834.shtml

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