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Betabot Phase II: Stealing credentials and transmitting ransomwares

An ever changing Trojan, which has been around for years with various forms, especially focusing on banking information, stealing credentials and stand-in as a botnet is back yet again. The Beta bot is a financial sector Trojan which primarily targets Windows OS for stealing sensitive information such as credentials from victims who uses financial websites, commerce sites, online payment platforms and social network sites.
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