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It reaches the computer in a phishing message indicating users that they have to update the online banking service of a certain banking entity from Argentina. In order to do so, it uses images that imitate the legitimate service of this banking entity, in order to steal users' banking data.
|First detected on:||April 1, 2009|
|Detection updated on:||April 1, 2009|
Banker.LSJ is a Trojan whose main aim is to steal banking data belonging to users of a certain banking entity from Argentina. Once obtained, it sends the information to a certain email address.
In order to do so, Banker.LSJ reaches the computer in a phishing message indicating users that they have to update the online banking service of a certain banking entity.
Banker.LSJ is easy to recognize, as it displays the following symptoms:
- When it is run, the following screen is displayed, indicating that the aplication of a certain banking entity is going to be updated:
- Then, it displays a screen in which users are requested to enter their banking data: