Clampi is a man-in-the-browser trojan that steals financial information from companies that are sent to hackers to use for fraud scams. The virus has been around since 2007 and only affects Microsoft computers. The virus can steal data from more than 4,500 websites. Clampi goes after utilities, market research firms, online casinos, and career sites. Joe Stewart, of SecureWorks, said that it is one of the largest and most professional thieving operations on the Internet.
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