The banking Trojan called Tinba, which takes advantage of exploits in Flash and Silverlight, is targeting major banks such as Bank of America, HSBC, TD Bank, Chase, Wells Fargo, etc..

When an infected user logs into his/ her banking account, a man-in-the-browser attack takes place, where a fake form appears and asks the user to fill out information such as credit card credentials, home address, and social security number- just to name a few.

To protect yourself against this, make sure to keep your PC security, operating system, and Web browsers up-to-date!
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More info on Tinba Trojan here:

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