Trojan

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A proprietary condom which, like Hoovers in the UK and Kleenex in the US, has become a genericised trademark
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Trojan

A proprietary condom–the term is used in the US like Kleenex
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Kaspersky Lab said mobile banking Trojans are one of the most rapidly-developing, flexible and dangerous types of malware.
Originally designed to steal banking credentials from users of online banking websites, recent variants of banking Trojans such as Emotet and Trickbot have been used by criminals to harvest all kinds of account details, the report explained.
After the initial exchanges brought very little, Trojans exploded and rattled in 13 points before Griffins responded.
Timothy Christian played four sophomores -- Campbell Marshall, Sarah Carstensen, Hannah Schuringa and Sureya Alex -- and all nine Trojans who played scored.
A new version of banking trojan, Kronos, has been released and is being offered on hacking forums at a cheap rate.
In this current threat scenario, all of these actions can be easily implemented by a Trojan, which performs in secret and clicks on every page by itself.
Mr Pankaj Jain, Director at ESET India said, "Jean-Ian has great experience in observing banking trojans and we are very happy to be associated with him.
In their semi-final against the Essex Redbacks, the Trojans found themselves in an early 6-0 hole.
GFI VIPRE ThreatNet [TM] statistics for the month of August show that GFI customers were under attack throughout the month primarily by the same Trojan horse programs that have persisted for several months.
Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT - a generic detection for Trojans that comprised nearly one quarter (23.15 percent) of all the malware found.
After the deaths of many heroes, including the Achaeans Achilles and Ajax, and the Trojans Hector and Paris, the city fell to the ruse of the Trojan horse.