Screen-capture Trojans ramp up

Friday, 22 September 2006, 12:36 AM EST

In hopes of fighting Internet fraud, some online banking sites make customers use "virtual keypads" - a method of entering passwords on the screen, generally with a mouse.

The system is designed to thwart keystroke-logging programs that capture everything a user types. Now those virtual keypads appear just as vulnerable to snoops.

At ENT News.

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