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Ginp banking Trojan actively targeting banks: here's what you need to know, plus free malware samples

Nov 22, 2019 9:11:52 AM / by PolySwarm Tech Team posted in Explained, PolySwarm, Research

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Ginp is a banking Trojan that is actively being used to impersonate targeted banking apps. The malware brings up a screen on the victims phone and displays a window that mimics the real banking app. First, one is prompted to login with their credentials. The second screen steals the victim's credit card details.  

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Cybersecurity leader joins PolySwarm's executive team as Chief Revenue Officer

Nov 18, 2019 7:03:49 AM / by PolySwarm Team posted in Press, PolySwarm, Leadership

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Malware Patrol, latest threat detection engine to join PolySwarm

Nov 8, 2019 10:56:04 AM / by PolySwarm Team posted in Product, Partner

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PolySwarm now integrated with Demisto’s SOAR platform

Nov 7, 2019 9:08:22 AM / by PolySwarm Team

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PolySwarm now integrates with Splunk Phantom

Nov 5, 2019 10:31:37 AM / by PolySwarm Team posted in PolySwarm, Product, Partner

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Video: PolySwarm walkthrough - malware scanning and searching in PolySwarm UI

Nov 4, 2019 2:48:39 PM / by PolySwarm Team posted in Media, PolySwarm, Product

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Free malware sample downloads, now available from PolySwarm

Oct 9, 2019 10:33:37 AM / by PolySwarm Tech Team posted in PolySwarm, Product, Research

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PolySwarm users can now download malware samples completely free; sign-up for the free “Community” plan and get 10 malware-sample downloads per month.

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How to use PolySwarm to get threat intel on “Divergent” fileless malware

Oct 3, 2019 3:09:58 PM / by PolySwarm Tech Team

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Recently, Cisco Talos released a report about a piece of fileless malware dubbed “Divergent,” a malware loader being used to infect victims with this previously undocumented payload. 

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