Published on Friday, 17 April 2015 14:05
[ Background ]
Variants of Dyre (Dyreza) malware have been observed to be targeting the retail and banking customers. The malware spreads itself through phishing emails that contain malicious attachments.
[ Signs of Infection ]
- Multiple requests to provide your login credentials even though the provided information is correct.
- Altered or unusual login procedures to the iBanking website.
[ Impact ]
Sensitive login credentials are stolen.
[ Recommendations ]
- Keep your system and software up-to-date.
- Be careful when opening email attachments. If in doubt, do not open the attachment.
- Never enter in the OTP code into any websites for financial transactions that you have never performed.
- Install antivirus software and keep it up-to-date to protect your system.
Users may refer to GoSafeOnline to protect your systems.
[ References ]