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Aug 9, 2012

Shylock malware injects rogue phone numbers in online banking websites

Shylock Malware, a steadily developing threat that can inject fake chat windows to steal your ebanking details in real time, is always improving, and a latest account is given in the very interesting story by Lucien Constantine in TechWorld. The article explains how the Fraudsters attempt to trick victims into contacting them instead of their banks, and you can read more on this here:
Shylock malware injects rogue phone numbers in online banking websites

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