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7/1: PWSteal.Refest Steals Banking Info

7/1: PWSteal.Refest Steals Banking Info
July 1, 2004

PWSteal.Refest is a Trojan Horse that installs itself as a BHO (Browser Helper Object) for Internet Explorer and steals online banking information when it is submitted in web forms.

More information is at Symantec page.

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