John Leyden reports:
Fraudsters used a sophisticated Trojan to steal online bank login credentials from the compromised PCs of their victims, London’s Southwark Crown Court heard on Tuesday.
The malware redirected surfers to a counterfeit NatWest bank website that attempted to trick prospective marks into handing over telephone numbers, passwords, and bank card PINs under the guise of security checks.
Read more in The Register.
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