Cybercriminals on opposite sides of the world in Russia and Brazil have overcome time differences and language barriers to work together. The collaboration is driving a rapid evolution of malicious tools, security researchers at Kaspersky Lab warn. The Brazilian and Russian cybercrime undergrounds have both created numerous, active and diverse forums. Historically, both geographical markets have developed independently from each other, creating distinct cyber-attack techniques tailored to local conditions (eg, the “Boleto” malware in Brazil, or malware targeting mobile banking services in Russia).
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register