7 Tips How to Recognize Phishing E-mail Pretending to be from Your Bank   


Recently our internet probes detected  several massive phishing campaigns aiming at banks mostly located in Europe. All of them are fitting the same patterns and an educated user could easily spot them. Since phishing campaigns could lead to identity theft, financial loss, and data compromising, let’s look at these 7 tips that help you recognize how to spot these phishing e-mails. But… Continue reading


BackSwap Banking Malware Analysis


1.   Management summary Backswap is financial malware whose activity has been discovered in 2018. Throughout the year, several campaigns have emerged in Poland, Spain, Czech Republic and other European countries.   The malware’s modus operandi significantly differs from what we have observed so far among banking trojans, successfully evading detection of many “third party” security… Continue reading


Dockerized Redis performance on CentOS 7.5


    ThreatMark AFS (Anti Fraud Suite) is a system that delivers real-time insights on the user behavior and risk associated with every user action within digital banking or similar applications. Similarly to other enterprise systems, AFS uses several open source components. The usage of such components naturally brings challenges around its deployment, maintenance, and… Continue reading


Why blocking Money mule accounts doesn’t work – be aware of modern cash-out vectors


Cash-out is one of the final stages of fraudulent attacks. Traditionally attackers used money mules to perform the dirty job of going into a bank to cash-out money that came from previously made fraudulent transactions. Cybercriminals even use tools to automatize recruiting and other money mule cash-out related processes.


Preventing automated infiltration of your clients’ accounts


We have identified unauthorized access to multiple on-line accounts, clearly against normal banking policy. This is what happened…