Is your bank responsible for protecting you from key loggers?

Friday, 11 August 2006, 4:31 PM EST

Where does your bank's responsibility to protect you and your online transactions end? Apparently the HSBC bank of Great Britain knew for 2 years that they had a vulnerability and did nothing about it. There are very few details about the vulnerability, but one thing is known - an attacker would already have to have a key logger on the customer's system to take advantage of the vulnerability.

At Computerworld.

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