Dridex is targeting at least 13 British banks.
By Jeremy Kirk
Dridex, the banking malware that won’t go away, has been improved upon once again.
IBM’s X-Force researchers have found that the latest version of Dridex uses a DNS (Domain Name System) trick to direct victims to fake banking websites.
The technique, known as DNS cache poisoning, involves changing DNS settings to direct someone asking for a legitimate banking website to a fake site.
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