An Android banking trojan, that targets users of the Australian Government's my.gov.au site and also users of the National Australia Bank website, has been spotted by security firm Kaspersky, which claims the malware is adopting what it describes as "unusual" tactics.
A banking trojan named Retefe that targeted Austria, Sweden and Switzerland, routing online banking traffic through a proxy instead of the usual Web injects that other trojans use, has made a comeback, with more regular attacks on Swiss and German victims in April, the security firm Proofpoint claims.
Researchers at IBM's X-Force Research have discovered a Windows banking trojan that is unusual in one major respect: it uses a Microsoft SQL Server database server as its command-and-control server.
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