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Neverquest Banking Trojan Expands List of Targets
July 17th, 2014, 15:15 GMT · By Ionut Ilascu
Recent variants of the malware analyzed by security researchers show that the cybercriminals operating the Neverquest banking Trojan have focused their attack on banks in the United States and Japan.
New telemetry results from Symantec inform that the largest number of infections since December 2013, have occurred in these two countries, accounting for more than half of the compromised computers.
The U.S. recorded 38.51% of the detections while in Japan the infection accounted for 18.21%. Next in line are Germany (11.48%) and United Kingdom (11.19%).
Identified by Symantec as Snifula, in 2014 the malware recorded a spike in Japan for the month of March.