How ATS attacks work

SharkBot: A real-life example


Mobile ATS (Automated Transfer System) is a new technique fraudsters leverage to bypass the latest anti-fraud systems. These are automated attacks that can hit quickly, at scale, and without the need to take over the victims’ accounts. In our infographic, we explain how they actually work through a real-life example: SharkBot, 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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