Tinba Description

Type: Trojan

Tinba is a banking malware infection that steals confidential information from victims. Tinba is a combination of the words 'tiny' and 'banker'; it is also called Tinybanker and Zusy. Tinba propagates via the Blackhole exploit kit. The main goal of Tinba is to target Turkish computer users. Tinba uses web injects for stealing the login information from websites, namely those placed in Turkey. Some targets incorporating Facebook, Microsoft, GMX, and Google and are hardcoded into the code of Tinba itself and are universally corrupted by Tinba. Other institutions are compromised depending on downloaded configuration files; frequent targets incorporate key government portals and Turkish banks/financial institutions. Tinba is also associated with other activities that include pornographic websites, shady Web hosting, money mules, and other malware threats that steal information.

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File System Details

Tinba creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 chk.exe 34c809f63528376356a5d85795f5ae22 224
2 cb32.exe e17606468f7070d63621e0ba3efacd05 6
3 bin.exe f6c5c74dd6805accbf57529b5214b3e0 4
4 WINLOGON.EXE 1e100c5435a8025e5bf471b09ec1a151 3
5 file.exe 08ab7f68c6b3a4a2a745cc244d41d213 1
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Registry Details

Tinba creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
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