Pierluigi Paganini June 05, 2017
Crooks leverages a new technique to deliver Malware via PowerPoint presentations

Security experts reported crooks are using a new technique to deliver malware through PowerPoint files, researchers warn of attacks in the wild. Crooks are using a new technique to deliver malware through PowerPoint documents. Security researchers recently discovered several malicious PowerPoint files that exploit the mouseover events to execute PowerShell code. Threat actors are sending out spam […]

Pierluigi Paganini January 19, 2016
Tinba, a 20KB trojan that scares banks in Singapore and Indonesia

A new variant of the infamous Tinba banking trojan has emerged in the wild and is targeting financial institutions in the Asia Pacific region. Even small threats can scare the giants, this is the case of Tinba, a small malware that continues to create serious problems for financial institutions. Tinba is a popular financial trojan, the fifth version is […]

Pierluigi Paganini July 11, 2014
Source code of Tinba banking malware leaked

Security Experts at Danish CSIS Security Group have discovered that source code of Tinba banking trojan was published on an underground forum. The source code for Tinba banking trojan, aka Tinybanker, has been leaked in the cybercrime ecosystem, the malware is recognized as the smallest banking malicious code in the wild and it is available on an underground forum. The […]