Each week, the PhishLabs team posts The Week in Cybercrime (TWIC) to recap noteworthy cybercrime articles and reports (open source).
- ZeuS, the notorious banking Trojan, is being used for more than financial fraud. The team at Adallom found a variant designed to exfiltrate data from SaaS user instances.
- Some good ideas on security trends banks should expect this year. It's a good bet that DDoS attacks in general (not just as a cover for fraud), will be a concern - especially with massive reflection attacks...
- Vulnerable home routers are being used to enable MITM attacks and steal account credentials. Via PCWorld.
- Interesting thoughts on the impact of Tor and Bitcoin on the cybercrime marketplace. Anonymous networking and cryptocurrencies are fueling the ongoing evolution of criminal-to-criminal services.