Threat Database Trojans Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen


By ESGI Advisor in Trojans

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 5,502
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 1,740
First Seen: February 14, 2012
Last Seen: September 18, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen is a terrible Trojan which can steal highly sensitive financial information. Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen grips bank account details that belong to many account holders of banks such as Barclays, HSBC Bank UK, Bank of Scotland, Santander, Lloyds TSB and Metro Bank. Once installed, Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen waits till an Internet-banking session is initiated on the affected computer system. Then, Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen generates a window, which pretends a confirmation form connected with the associated banking institution. By confirming entered data's precision, Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen guarantees that there's no mistake in the account-accessing credentials. Trojan-Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen mainly targets British PC users, but also affects users elsewhere in the world. Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen permits cybercriminals to gain sensitive banking details with which they can get false access into the victims' accounts. It is recommended to avoid clicking web-links included in emails that pretend to be messages from banks, and do not provide passwords or other confidential information in an email.


Banker.MSIL.MultiPhishing.gen may call the following URLs:


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