Banking Trojan BBTok Targets Over 40 Latin American Banks

A new form of the banking trojan known as BBTok is being distributed via an active malware operation that primarily targets victims in Brazil and Mexico.

“The BBTok banker has a dedicated functionality that replicates the interfaces of more than 40 Mexican and Brazilian banks, and tricks the victims into entering its 2FA code to their bank accounts or into entering their payment card number,” Check Point claimed in research released this week.

The payloads are distributed via phishing emails that make use of a range of file kinds, are created by a bespoke server-side PowerShell script, and are distinct for each victim dependent on the operating system and country read more Banking Trojan BBTok Targets Over 40 Latin American Banks.

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