'tinba' Bank Trojan Burrows Into Browsers To Steal Logins
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Dumb & dumber... Google it, Sherlock
Posted 04 June 2012 - 12:06 PM
You left out the most important parts. How to defend against, and/or how to identify and remove! Geez Come on now!
i don't like having my time wasted.
Look at you, wanting someone else to solve your problems... heard of GOOGLE SEARCH at all?
LOOK IT UP
This post has been edited by artzy65: 04 June 2012 - 12:07 PM
Posted 04 June 2012 - 01:32 PM
Here is the way I keep my banking log in data secure, and it is simple and will work for anyone who can slam a few neurons together: I create a text file which contains the precise account number of my checking account with my bank. When I go to log in, I open that text file, copy and paste the account number into the banking site 'window'. Then? I return to that text file where I have typed in an abbreviated form of my password (example: this is NOT my password ok?) - password is 'chucknorris1947' which is a combination of one of my favorite actors, plus my year of birth. But I don't have that precise password in the text file, all I have is 'walker47' which reminds me of the REAL password (just in case someone manages to locate and get into that text file.)
Never NEVER click that "remember my account number and password" option on ANY banking website, they cannot guarantee the integrity and security of what you let them 'remember'. Use the copy and paste from a text file routine, be CREATIVE about your password and use an *abbreviation* not the actual password, ok?
Posted 07 June 2012 - 04:54 AM
When banking, reboot to the live CD, which will not involve your computer's HDD at all, conduct your banking, reboot into Windows.
As far as Windows is concerned, the whole transaction never happened - Windows has "amnesia" about the whole thing. When you conduct those transactions using the live CD, it's as if you used a separate brand-new computer for each transaction.
Since nothing is written during the session and the HDD is never touched, malware can't find a home.
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