A Worm Turns

Wolfe, Daniel
November 2009
American Banker;11/25/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 212, p5
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The article discusses an iPhone computer worm called "Duh," which steals data stored on the phone, and intercepts one-time-use passcodes sent by text message to people logging in at online banking sites. The Duh worm can only attack iPhones which have been "jail-broken," enabling them to run software that has not been approved by the manufacturer, Apple Inc.


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