Dridex banking malware is still attacking with a vengeance

by Derek Kortepeter
Sept. 1, 2017 1 comment TechGenix malware

In September 2016, I reported about the resurgence of the dangerous banking Trojan Dridex. The news regarding the malware since then had dropped off due to security professionals’ success fighting it. This all changed recently with a late January report from researchers at Flashpoint that detail Dridex’s new attack methods. According to the report authored by Flashpoint’s Senior Intelligence Analyst Vitali Kremez, Dridex is now able to bypass Windows User Account Control (UAC). The process in which this method is capitalized on is detailed by Kremez as follows:


negrii_irina88 7 months, 3 weeks ago

this is not possible..we need to do something to prevent the infection with this virus..i hope to read more about this subject