Attackers use Zeus, Spybot or other malware to push code onto the victims' computers and harvest banking information, which is then sent to seemingly legitimate Chinese business accounts.
Articles by Kara Reeder
The FBI has identified infected computers. Those infected are the PCs targeted for the remote eradication once written consent is received.
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The report found that there seems to be a disconnect between the attitudes of C-level executives and those involved in day-to-day IT security.
The app is a fake copy of the legitimate "Walk and Text" software.