Cyber-Underground Takes Buffet Approach to Selling Bank Fraud Malware

Cyber-criminals are now pricing webinjects based on the specific features being requested, underscoring an ongoing movement towards flexibility in the black market, according to security researchers at Trusteer.

Webinjects are malware components that launch fake Web pages or form fields when users visit certain sites, typically as part of efforts to target online bankers.  Previously webinjects were developed for specific malware platforms such as Zeus and SpyEye and priced per platform.

In today’s underground market they are made-to-order and priced according to the information they designed to steal.  (Read More)

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