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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 that use extra layers of security that don’t require the user to type anything, but instead click on something. At Britain’s Barclays bank, for example, users are required to select from a list two letters matching a pre-selected secret word. Keyloggers aren’t any use against this, since there’s no keyboardContinue readingPhishers Raise The Bar

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