As banks boost defenses, hackers craft new types of attacks.
By Susan Kelly|June 11, 2014 at 08:36 AM
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Online bank frauds—in which hackers use employees’ bank passwords to transfer funds out of a company’s accounts—don’t seem to be letting up. In fact, criminals keep coming up with new variations on the frauds.
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