Wed, Nov 28 2007 13:34
'Man in the browser' is new threat to online banking
Criminals infecting PCs with malware that is only triggered when
they access their bank accounts are the latest threat to online
banking, according to security software supplier F-Secure.
Perpetrators act as a 'man in the browser' by intercepting HTML code in
the Web browser. As bank security measures curb more traditional
threats such as keystroke logging, phishing and pharming, F-Secure
warned, the 'man in the browser' attack will increase.
Full Story at computerworld.com
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