What is Dyre?

What is Dyre?

Dyre is malware designed to steal banking information. Also known as Dyreza. Unusually along banking Trojans, it does not use web injects to modify browser contents. Instead the malware redirects traffic of interest to its own servers.

Why is Dyre a Trojan?

Dyre is a banking Trojan that targets Windows computers and can steal banking and other credentials by attacking all three major web browsers (Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox). Aside from stealing credentials, it can also be used to infect victims with other types of malware, such as adding them to spam botnets.

What does Dyre do to the registry?

Dyre registers itself as a service by adding several Registry keys. Dyre has the ability to create files in a TEMP folder to act as a database to store information. Dyre decrypts resources needed for targeting the victim. Dyre has the ability to send information staged on a compromised host externally to C2.

When was the Dyre malware found?

June 2014
In early June 2014, the Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit™ (CTU™) research team discovered the Dyre banking trojan, which was being distributed by Cutwail botnet spam emails that included links to either Dropbox or Cubby file storage services.

How do I open a Regshot file?

Downloading and Using Regshot Depending on whether you are using a 86 or 64 bit version of Windows, you will open the corresponding Unicode application. It is best to open it as an administrator by right-clicking on the appropriate file and then selecting the “Run as administrator” option.

What is the purpose of Regshot?

Regshot is an open-source (LGPL) registry compare utility that allows you to quickly take a snapshot of your registry and then compare it with a second one – done after doing system changes or installing a new software product.

What is the use of Regshot?

Regshot is a dynamic malware analysis tool that allows an analyst to perform before and after snapshots of the Windows Registry. Typically, this is used to capture a snapshot of the system prior to executing malware and then immediately afterwards.

What is Regshot tool?