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Glossary

Addressing Key Threats to Enterprise and
Financial Institutions 
 
Trusteer solutions address emerging threats to enterprise data and financial institutions’ customer accounts.
 

Man-in-the-Browser (MitB)

Advanced malware attack using web injection to steal information, automatically generate fraudulent transactions and hide criminal activities. 
 

Man-in-the-Middle (MitM)

Advanced malware attack using DNS tampering (on the endpoint or on the network), also known as Pharming, to redirect genuine user traffic though a fake, malicious site.
 

Phishing

Attack tactic that uses spam email and SMS messages to direct users to fake online banking and enterprise web sites. Phishing sites capture credentials and other relevant information and enable criminals to execute financial fraud and enterprise attacks. 
 

Key-logging

Malware mechanisms for stealing login credential and other sensitive data by logging key strokes and capturing the screen image while users are using targeted web pages or applications.
 

Mobile Malware

Emerging threat to mobile devices, attacking applications and out-of-band authentication processes. 
  

RATs

Remote Access Trojan (RAT) is a commercial malware used to take over employee endpoints. RATs enable criminals to use infected employee access rights and credentials to execute data breach and fraud.   
 

APTs

Targeted attack using a combination of commercial and zero-day malware to penetrate layered enterprise defenses.