They warn about a new virus that has already stolen the data of users of more than 20 Spanish banks

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Rodrigo alonso

Madrid

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The banking trojans are booming in Spain. In recent weeks, the National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE) and several cybersecurity firms have warned about codes such as FluBot -which, in just three months, has managed to steal the phone numbers of 11 million users in our country- or TeaBot , which is specifically targeting devices with the Android operating system. Now, Kaspersky has reported the arrival of a new computer virus of this known type Bizarre. According to the firm, so far he has been able to steal online banking keys from 70 different banks; 22 of them Spanish.

“Bizarro is quite similar to other banking viruses,” he explains in conversation with ABC

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