A new Ursnif Banking Trojan campaign targets Japan

Crooks continues to target Japanese users, now the hackers leverage the Ursnif banking Trojan, aka Gozi, to hit the country. According to researchers at IBM X-Force group, cyber criminals are delivering the infamous malware via spam campaigns that began …
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