Malware attacks Android phones to steal financial data as security experts warn of 'fraudsters' heaven'.

This article titled “Don’t bank on your phone – it could be hacked by Zeus ‘trojan horse'” was written by Patrick Collinson, for The Guardian on Friday 22nd July 2011 22.02 UTC

No one knows who lies behind Zeus. Security experts believe he or she is Russian, but no one is completely sure. But what they all agree is that Zeus is the most pernicious “trojan horse” – a destructive program disguised as an application – on the internet. During the last four years it has infected millions of PCs, taking control of the computer and stealing personal banking details.

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