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.
Do you ever see a mysterious calendar invite appear on your Google Calendar? If the answer is yes, there’s a good chance you are the victim of a calendar invite phishing scam.
The PolySwarm marketplace launched earlier this year, giving users the ability to gain intelligence on files from a competitive network of crowdsourced scanning engines from around the world. Now, PolySwarm users also have access to real-time information on suspect URLs, domains, and IPs.
“It’s a legitimately fascinating concept…kind of like bug bounties for both incumbent and niche AV engines.” This is what Patrick Gray said recently about cybersecurity startup PolySwarm on his podcast Risky Business.