Once it infects a computer, Nabload.U downloads another trojan, Banker.bsx, which captures a user's password and emails the information back to its author.
PandaLabs said the trojan is unusual because it captures passwords without the use of a traditional keylogger, thus leaving the user unaware of the breach. Banks that use virtual keyboards have not been immune from the virus.
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