SmallBusinessComputing.com – A Trojan Horse circulating in Brazil and Great Britain is expected to hit the United States, and SMBs should take note, security researchers have warned. The Trojan, downloaded by clicking on a link in an infected email, lies in wait for the user to log in to a banking or credit card site; then it springs into action, capturing keystrokes and screen shots that the sender of the Trojan can use to hack into the user's accounts.
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