Feodo Trojan

Feodo is a malware that is similar in concept and features to other banking trojans like ZeuS, SpyEye, Bugat or Carberp. Unlike Zbot or SpyEye, Feodo is not the result of a crimeware toolkit sold on the underground market and that it most likely belongs to a single gang.

Feodo hooks into the browser process and monitors accessed URLs. If any of them matches a regular expression from its config file, it starts capturing form data and submits to its command and control server.

The trojan can also inject rogue form fields in order to trick users into providing more information than is normally required. Feodo doesn't only target banks, but also services like PayPal, Amazon, Myspace or Gmail. ...read more

Reality Check

Reports of successful attacks on Smartcard based technology illustrate that "true two-factor authentication is not possible without a physical component that is not accessible digitally." ...read more

3AKEY is designed to overcome this limitation and provides the ultimate two-factor authentication so desperately needed and much more. ...read more

What is 3AKEY?

Simply put, a 3AKEY is a next-generation hardware security device. It is designed to help all users achieve a higher level of digital security simply and easily. A 3AKEY is one component that can be used with applications designed to protect digital assets, transactions and identity.  It is an end point in a state-of-the-art closed loop security solution that leaves a would be "Man In The Browser" (MIB) and "Man In The Middle" (MITM)...a "Man Out In The Cold!" (MOITC).

Idea to Solution

When will an application be secure?

The time comes when security perquisites are finally taken out and the application is no longer depending on any third parties for security or protections.

FrontOne's latest digital security and privacy solutions are designed to provide end-to-end secure transactions without any additional security layers.