A cybercrime group is currently targeting businesses in the UK with malware-laden emails containing the banking Trojan known as Trickbot. In the past years, several malware families have been seen heavily targeting the UK in attempts to spread banking Trojans looking to gain access to business and personal accounts.
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Trojan Droppers Exploiting Symbolic Link Files Malicious actors routinely attempt to confuse recipients of messages with obscure file extensions to load malicious files on the victims machine. For most users the .slk file is recognized in Microsoft Office software as an Excel file. However, as detailed here, it also is recognized by other applications among […]