ZeuS Strikes Back on Mobile Bankers

By JDavis | 2/28/11 7:07 AM

A new variant of the ZeuS banking malware is targeting consumers who use their mobile phones to get two-factor authentication from ING Bank Slaski in Poland. This attack is similar to one that has occurred in Spain last September, according to researchers from the antivirus provider F-Secure.

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Banking Malware Moves From PCs to Mobile Phones

By JDavis | 10/5/10 6:27 AM

We've been blogging lately about the growing security threats facing mobile devices -- especially smartphones -- as sophisticated hackers move away from PCs, instead targeting the growing number of smart, connected portable devices.

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