Authorities in Europe have arrested alleged key players behind the development and deployment of sophisticated banking malware, including Citadel and Dridex . The arrests involved a Russian national and a Moldovan man, both of whom were traveling or residing outside of their native countries and are now facing extradition to the United States. Last week, a 30-year-old from Moldova who was wanted by U.S.
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Financial theft is one of the most lucrative forms of cybercrime. Malware authors continue to deliver sophisticated tools and techniques to unlock online bank accounts.
Zeus “banking” malware and its variants have been making headlines in recent months. One variant, the Citadel Trojan, has now taken the spotlight with the news of its withdrawal from the open crimeware market
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