Sophisticated Zeus Campaign Stole €36 Million From 30,000 Bank Accounts

The Eurograbber campaign, as it has been named, used custom versions of Zeus and Zeus in the mobile (ZITMO) Trojans to bypass the two-factor authentication measures to compromise customer bank accounts.

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The sophisticated Zeus campaign stole an estimated €36 million, or $47 million, from over 30,000 customers across more than 30 banks in Europe this summer.

The attack intercepted SMS messages sent to customers to confirm financial transactions.

Does your CU protect your SMS channel? Read the article to see how these banks fell victim to this expensive campaign.