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It steals users' digital certificates and keys, and sends the gathered data to its author. It has been massively sent via email in a message supposedly coming from Bradesco Net Empresa.
|First detected on:||Feb. 15, 2006|
|Detection updated on:||Feb. 15, 2006|
Banbra.BTM is a password stealer type Trojan that is specially aimed at users of the Brazilian banking entity Bradesco Net Empresa.
This Trojan steals users' digital certificates (files with CRT extension) and keys (files with KEY extension), as well as their private key. Then it sends this information, which allows its author to access users' accounts in the said banking entity, to an email address.
Banbra.BTM has been massively sent via email in a message that passes itself off as coming from Bradesco Net Empresa.