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Shifu: ‘Masterful’ New Banking Trojan Is Attacking 14 Japanese Banks

A brand-new advanced banking Trojan discovered in the wild has been named “Shifu” by IBM Security X-Force, after the Japanese word for thief. The malware appears to have been active since as early as April 2015; it was unearthed by IBM Security antifraud platforms through continuous protection of customer endpoints all over the world. Read More.

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