Zeus Mitmo recently began targeting Polish ING Bank customers who use BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Mobile devices.

"Upon successful infection, the crimeware injects a [legitimate] looking field into the Web page," writes ZDNet's Dancho Danchev.


"The aim is to trick end users into giving out their mTANs, which stands for mobile transaction authentication numbers," Danchev writes.

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