Korgo Clarified

More on Korgo; I wish I could say it was the last. But the good news is that it does not seem to be the all-in-one ‘phishing worm’ F-Secure said it was. F-Secure has clarified the situation over the Internet worm Korgo, which seems to answer some of the questions in my earlier posting. Korgo …

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Phishers Raise The Bar

Phishers can now access banking websites that use an extra ‘keylog-proof’ security layer. For several months phishers — folk fooling you into giving up valuable passwords — have used keylogging software which will capture passwords and user names as you type them into banking and other financially-oriented sites. But these aren’t much use against websites …

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Phishing and Keylogging – The Missing Link?

Here’s evidence that ‘phishing’ – the art of conning users into handing over banking and other passwords by fake, but convincing-looking emails and website — may have branched out into viruses and worms. Symantec, McAfee and Sophos have published details of a new virus/trojan called Stawin (also known, because the anti virus people don’t seem …

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