New Coyote Trojan Targets 61 Brazilian Banks with Nim-Powered Attack

A new financial malware known as Coyote is targeting 61 banking institutions, all of which are Brazilian in origin.

In a study released on Thursday, Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky stated, “This malware uses the Squirrel installer for distribution, leveraging Node.js and a relatively new multi-platform programming language called Nim as a loader to complete its infection.”

Coyote differs from other banking trojans of its type in that it installs and updates Windows programs using the open-source Squirrel framework.

The switch from Delphi, which is widespread among financial malware families that target Latin America, to a rare programming language like Nim read more New Coyote Trojan Targets 61 Brazilian Banks with Nim Powered Attack.

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