The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a joint warning for a phishing campaign that is attempting to infect PCs with Trickbot. Trickbot, first identified in 2016, is malware developed by a sophisticated group of cyber threat actors and was originally designed as a banking trojan. It has since become highly modular and is a multi-stage malware that can carry out a myriad of criminal activity. The newest phishing scam comes in the form of an email claiming to have proof of a traffic violation. When individuals open the email, it contains a link that takes users to a website claiming to have a photo of the alleged traffic violation. Instead, the malware is downloaded on to their system, allowing criminals to steal sensitive information including login credentials.
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