Happy Black Friday! Dridex banking Trojan is up and alive and targeting users with spam campaign targeting users with different email subjects. This particular campaign is recently seen in North American region and can shift it’s tilt towards different regions as well as the holiday season approaches. Dridex is a sophisticated strain of banking malware that targets the Windows platform, delivering spam campaigns to infect computers and steal banking credentials and other personal information to facilitate fraudulent money transfers. Through its history and development, Dridex has used several exploits and methods for execution, including modification of directory files, using system recovery to escalate privileges, and modification of firewall rules to facilitate peer-to-peer communication for extraction of data. The malware’s main use is to steal banking credentials and it has been attributed to the TA505 threat group (aka Evil Corp) known to have been active since at least Q3 2014.