Monday, 26 October 2015

Monitors Computer Use Should Prevent Malware

An Israeli company has a solution developed from malware with the computer usage behavior is monitored. Through "behavioral biometrics" must attack by banking Trojans such as Dyre and Dridex be prevented. This malware can nestle in the browser and allows attackers continue executing from the infected computer transactions via internet banking.

According to the Israeli BioCatch this makes it difficult for banks to detect fraudulent transactions, since the computer and the IP address are known and there is no evidence of automated scripts. BioCatch now says the technology it has developed that analyzes hundreds of parameters related to user interaction. This then provides a model which can be determined whether it really is the user who controls the computer or that it is malware.

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