By Eduard Kovacs on July 10, 2017
The cybercriminals behind the campaign known as Operation Emmental have apparently started targeting the customers of Swiss banks using a variant of the Mac OS X malware tracked as Dok.
Operation Emmental has been around since at least 2012 and the individuals who run it – experts determined that they are likely Russian speakers – have continued to improve their malware. The group has been known to leverage Android malware, designed to bypass two-factor authentication (2FA) and lock victims out of their smartphones, and a Windows banking Trojan tracked as Retefe and WERDLOD.
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