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Over 100,000 South Korean Users Affected by BlackMoon Campaign

Introduction The FortiGuard Virtualization Execution X (VEX) system – a behaviour-based, in-house framework designed to identify zero-day samples – has detected a previously undiscovered iteration of the BlackMoon Trojan. BlackMoon Trojan is a banking trojan that is designed to phish user credentials from various South Korean banking institutions. It was discovered in early 2014 and was named after a debug string, “BlackMoon”, that was present in its code. While the BlackMoon malware code has been constantly updated...