[HackerNews] 70 European and South American Banks Under Attack By Bizarro Banking Malware

A financially motivated cybercrime gang has unleashed a previously undocumented banking trojan, which can steal credentials from customers of 70 banks located in various European and South American countries.
Dubbed “Bizarro” by Kaspersky researchers, the Windows malware is “using affiliates or recruiting money mules to operationalize their attacks, cashing out or simply to helping [sic] with

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