New Dridex Variant Slips By Anti-Virus Detection
Security researchers with eSentire have detected a new phishing campaign involving a sophisticated new version of Dridex, a banking Trojan that was first spotted in 2011. The new Dridex version is capable of bypassing anti-malware software, a very disturbing development.
Dridex has remained popular over the years because it is constantly being improved. According to the researchers, “each new version of Dridex traces a further step in the global arms race as the security community responds with new detection and mitigations.”