New Coyote Trojan Targets 61 Brazilian Banks with Nim-Powered Attack

A massive security breach has been reported involving 61 Brazilian banking institutions targeted by a new banking trojan called Coyote. This formidable malware utilizes the Squirrel installer for distribution, leveraging Node.js, and a relatively new multi-platform programming language named Nim as a loader to deliver its malicious payload, according to a report by Russian cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky. The alarming development reveals significant vulnerabilities within the security infrastructure of these Brazilian banks, posing potentially enormous financial risks.

Published: Fri, 09 Feb 2024 15:58:00 +0530