by Bharat Mistry
In the cyber security industry there’s often an overwhelming focus on the latest breaking threats and attack techniques – so much so that there’s a danger of forgetting about the staggeringly large volume of existing malware threatening internet users. One such threat is notorious banking trojan DYRE, and the bad news is it has been particularly prolific so far this year.
Trend Micro researchers observed a staggering 125% increase in global infections – from 4,000 in Q4 2015 to 9,000 in the first three months of the year. It seems the cyber criminals behind it have been hard at work once again tweaking the threat to bypass security filters and improve their chances of success. Continue reading