Bizarro banking malware targets 70 banks in Europe and South America

Ionut Ilascu reports:

A banking trojan named Bizarro that originates from Brazil has crossed the borders and started to target customers of 70 banks in Europe and South America.

Once landed on a Windows system, the malware can force users into entering banking credentials and uses social engineering to steal two-factor authentication codes.

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