Jean-Ian Boutin, researcher from ESET Montreal lab has presented the results of the recent investigation of the webinject-based malware at the 24th Virus Bulletin conference in Seattle. ESET’s Jean-Ian Boutin has been analyzing these types of threats for several years now. His paper titled “The Evolution of Webinject” uncovers many interesting facts about these banking trojans. The highlights of his paper have just been published on ESET WeLiveSecurity.com.
When it comes to this malware, it makes sense to ask: is there a ubiquitous webinject kit that everyone is using?
“Yes. Two of these kits grabbed my attention as they were used by several different banking trojan families. The first one is ATSEngine and the second one is the Injeria platform. Together they have been seen in seven different malware families and used in numerous different campaigns,” explains Jean-Ian Boutin.
“The Evolution of Webinject” is now available on WeLiveSecurity.com. The paper and presentation on the topic presented at 24th Virus Bulletin Conference are available at VB conference website www.virusbtn.com. The recording of the presentation is now available at the Virus Bulletin YouTube channel as well.
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