Personal and financial information of some 20 million South Koreans has been compromised by a consultant working for personal credit ratings firm Korea Credit Bureau (KCB), the AFP reports.
As expected, variants of the infamous Zeus banking Trojan are becoming more adept at hiding their presence from users and AV solutions, and at preventing malware analysis tools from examining them.
This talk from the 30th Chaos Communication Congress will discuss a case in which criminals compromised and robbed an ATM by infecting it with specially crafted malware.
When banks urge customers to use their mobile banking apps and sites for making online payments, users usually assume these methods are secure and do so.
Kaspersky Lab has recorded several thousand attempts to infect computers used for online banking with a malicious program that its creators claim can attack "any bank in any country".
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