Bizarro: Infected Through Malicious Macros

Bizarro is a banking trojan whose main targets are Latin American banking entities. In recent years, its focus has expanded to include certain European entities. Bizarro infects systems using spam emails that include attached files infected with malware. After the file is executed, the trojan waits for the victim to access their bank’s website to steal their credentials and data.

Download our threat report Bizarro: Infected Through Malicious Macros to learn how this banking trojan:

  • impersonates persons of interest or importance to trick victims into downloading and running malicious files
  • uses a keylogger to record keystrokes and the internet windows to record credentials and send them to a control server
  • enables Clipboard Cryptohijacking by swapping a victim’s Bitcoin address with another address belonging to the attacker.

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