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Cybercrooks are trying to take advantage of the shift to the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) by using trojans to infiltrate company accounts and initiate SEPA credit transfers, according to a Finextra story based on a McAfee report. McAfee cites an attempt to steal 61,000 euros from a German financial institution.

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