The ATMZombie Trojan is believed to have stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from victims using banks located in Israel in a fresh campaign. ATMZombie, identified in November 2015 by researchers from Kaspersky Lab, has been detected in a cyberattack campaign focused on stealing funds from Israel bank accounts. According to the cyberforensics firm, the malware is not only stealthy and sophisticated but is able to launch Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attacks to intercept traffic and steal online bank credentials.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet