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12/7: Banker-BG Trojan Targets Brazilian Banks

12/7: Banker-BG Trojan Targets Brazilian Banks
December 7, 2004

Troj/Banker-BG is a password stealing Trojan aimed at customers of Brazilian banks. Troj/Banker-BG will monitor a user's internet access. When certain internet banking sites are visited, the Trojan will display a fake login screen in order to trick the user into inputting their details.

Troj/Banker-BG will then send the stolen details to a Brazilian email address.

More information can be found at Sophos page.

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