How ATO attacks via new-generation malware work

TeaBot: A real-life example


Account Takeover attacks are leveraged by fraudsters to take control of users' accounts and steal their money. To do so, they install malware into the victims' devices and gain full control. Recently, these attacks have become more dangerous as criminals use new-generation malware that can hit at scale and are more difficult to detect. In our infographic, we explain how they actually work through a real-life example: TeaBot, an advanced mobile banking malware that was discovered by our Threat Intelligence Team a few months ago. Check it out to learn more.

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