Posted on October 22nd, 2009 No comments
July 2009 not only brought the hopes of fun summer activities, but it also brought the new vicious Trojan virus called Clampi. Clampi is a newly sophisticated virus designed to attack online banking systems that are ran on computers using a Microsoft Windows operating system. Currently, Clampi is tracking over 4500 banks, credit card companies, e-mails, retail sites, utilities, online casinos, wire transfer services, share brokerages, government sites and mortgage lenders.
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New Trojan Virus Attacks the World of Online Banking