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Trusteer Identifies Universal Man-in-the-Browser Attack Technique
Researchers at security firm Trusteer have observed a new form of man-in-the-browser attack that makes stealing credit cards and other information easier for cyber-criminals.
The firm has dubbed the attack "universal man-in-the-browser" (uMitB). Its draw is that it enables hackers to collect data submitted to all Websites without the need for post-processing.
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