Tinba DescriptionType: 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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