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EU cyber security agency ENISA: Banks should presume customer PCs are infected

(05/07/2012) Many online banking systems dangerously rely on PCs being secure, but banks should instead presume customer PCs are infected, says the EU’s cyber security agency ENISA in response to the reports about the “High Roller” cyber-attack. The attacks drew much attention because they were highly automated, sophisticated and targeted.

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