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It steals confidential information related to a certain banking entity from Brazil. It uses several messages to spread: one seems to come from the computer crimes investigation unit and the other uses the subject of friendship.
|First detected on:||Nov. 18, 2008|
|Detection updated on:||Nov. 18, 2008|
Banbra.GDB is a worm that steals confidential information related to a certain banking entity from Brazil.
In order to do so, it logs the keystrokes typed by the user in that website and it can even capture screenshots in order to obtain the information entered in the virtual keyboards.
Banbra.GDB spreads via email in a message that is sent to all the contacts of the affected user.
Banbra.GDB is easy to recognize, as it spreads via email in one of the following messages:
- In a message that seems to come from the computer crimes investigation unit of the Brazilian Federal Police:
- In a message like the following, which uses the subject of the friendship: