In the first days of April, our threat monitoring operations spotted a new interesting malware sample possibly active in the wild since 2017. Its initial triage suggests it may be part of an advanced attacker arsenal targeting the Banking sector, possibly related to the same APT group Kaspersky Lab tracked two years ago after the compromise of a Russian bank, where a particular malware tool dubbed ATMitch has been unveiled. In the past, this piece of malware was manually installed on the victim ATM after a wide enterprise network intrusion, enabling the cyber-criminals to manipulate the cash-withdrawal process on the machine.
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