Zeus Sphinx continues to be used in Coronavirus-themed attacks

From securityaffairs.co

The Zeus Sphinx banking Trojan continues to evolve while receiving new updates it is employed in ongoing coronavirus-themed scams. 

IBM security researcher continues to monitor the evolution of the infamous Zeus Sphinx banking Trojan (aka Zloader or Terdot) that receives frequent updates and that was involved in active coronavirus scams. 

The Zeus Sphinx banking Trojan is based on the code of the Zeus v.2 Trojan that was leaked online.

The Zeus Sphinx malware was first observed on August 2015, a few days after a new variant of the popular Zeus banking trojan was offered for sale on hacker forums,

At the end of March, experts from IBM X-Force uncovered a hacking campaign employing the Zeus Sphinx malware that focused on government relief payment.

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