Shylock is a banking Trojan first discovered in 2011. It utilises man-in-the-browser attacks designed to pilfer banking login credentials from the PC’s of clients of a predetermined list of target organisations. Most of these organisations are banks located in different countries.
The best way to check if your computer was infected with Shylock malware or not is to use anti-malware scanning tools that are widely available on the Internet.
In order to protect against Shylock and other banking malware, the following security rules are recommended:
In this section, you will discover the most common and potentially dangerous threats and viruses along with virus definitions, how to know you’re infected, and what to do about.