Dridex banking malware back in circulation

Macros, which are disabled by default in Office, are a decidedly old-school means of spreading malware…

by Michael Mimoso
Conspicuously off the grid for close to two months, the Dridex banking Trojan made some noise Thursday morning when a large phishing campaign, primarily targeting victims in the U.K., was corralled by researchers at Palo Alto Networks.
The phishing emails are laced with a Microsoft Word document that entices users to enable macros that call out to attacker-controlled websites and download the banking malware. The campaign is still active, Palo Alto intelligence director Ryan Olson said.
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Source: https://threatpost.com/


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