Overview TrickBot, a modular trojan, has been active in the malware scene since 2016. It is famously known for having a variety of modules in its attack toolkit, some of which are quite recent and some being actively developed. This brings us to its web injection module, injectDLL, that has been around since the malware was first discovered. The core purpose of the module still remains the same, which is injecting scripts into websites to exfiltrate information.
Overview TrickBot is an established and widespread multi-purpose trojan. Active since 2016 and modular in nature, it can accomplish a variety of goals ranging from credential theft to lateral movement. Many of the malware’s capabilities come as self-contained modules, which the malware is instructed to download from the C2. Initially, TrickBot’s main focus was bank fraud, but this later shifted toward corporate targetted ransomware attacks, eventually resulting in the discontinuation of their fraud operation.
Overview Active since 2016, TrickBot is one of the most prevalent modular banking trojans. The botnet’s modules carry out objectives such as credential harvesting, propagating via the network, web injection and others. Being an actively developed botnet, we often come across updated modules and in some cases new tools that are added as part of its arsenal. Recently we have discovered a relatively new module that goes by the name masrv.