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Cybercriminals use malware-laced CVs to steal banking credentials

Security researchers have discovered malicious files masquerading as CVs online that lure victims into giving up their banking passwords and other financial information.

According to Check Point, the malicious Microsoft Excel files were sent via email with subject lines such as “applying for a job” or “regarding job”. When victims open the attached files, they are asked to “enable content” and this allows for the ZLoader malware to be installed on their computers. This banking malware is designed to steal credentials and other private information from users of targeted financial institutions.

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