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Sunday, February 03, 2008

Trojan.Silentbanker Breaks 2-Factor Authentication

Trojan.Silentbanker is a Trojan designed to target bank accounts. The trojan steals bank account information by redirecting users to a hacker controlled website (phishing site) instead of their real bank's website without the knowledge of users. It can even defeat two-factor authentication which is supposed to be a tight security measure designed to protect bank users.

Currently, 400 banks are targeted.,289142,sid185_gci1293855,00.html

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