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Understanding The Top 5 Mobile Banking Trojans
SecurityWatch is no stranger to mobile malware, botnet attacks, and banking Trojans, but most people only have a hazy understanding of how those three look combined. What are some of the biggest mobile banking threats affecting users today?
With thousands of unique malware samples being created every day, it's easy to forget that many of them are variants of existing malware out in the wild. Researchers group them into malware families to track how they evolve. Poking at mobile malware families felt like falling down the proverbial rabbit hole. Where are we going next? We asked Web intelligence company Recorded Future to help us out.
Recorded Future offers a Web intelligence platform that analyzes information gathered from a wide variety of sources to link related information and find patterns. Malware infections tend to be repetitive as they spread across thousands and millions of computers, making them easier to predict and track, Chris Ahlberg, the founder of Record Future, told Security Watch.
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