Dumping Core: Analytical Findings on Trojan.Corebo

February 10, 2016 ASERT team

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The Corebot banking trojan was initially discovered and documented last year by researchers at Security Intelligence. Since then, it has evolved rapidly and, in terms of capabilities such as browser-based web injections, it is now similar to the dominant banking malware such as Zeus, Neverquest, and Dyreza although its actual impact to date is nowhere close.

ASERT has been studying and monitoring Corebot since shortly after it was initially documented and an in-depth analysis of Corebot’s inner workings are provided in this threat intelligence report, including coverage of its cryptography, network behavior, and banking targets.

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