The Retefe banking trojan is now using the EternalBlue exploit that helped spread WannaCry to make attacks more effective. Spigot Inc shares the news. Be careful while traveling as hackers are also using this trojan on hotel wifi. Read more below.

“Unlike other banking trojans, which rely on webinjects to hijack online banking sessions, Retefe routes traffic to and from the target banks through proxy servers hosted on the TOR network. These proxy sites host phishing pages designed to look like the the targeted bank’s login page in order to steal credentials from victims, providing access to accounts for theft and fraud.”

The full story can be found on ZDNET.

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