Trojan outwits single-use-password security

09/20/2009 | MIT Technology Review

Hackers were able to steal $447,000 from the bank account of a California construction firm, even though the company was using a one-time password system. Updated Trojan malware programs allow hackers to conduct transactions in real time while the account holder is still online. Experts say security systems should have multiple components, since no one measure is perfect.

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