“Researchers at PandaLabs have issued a warning to iPhone users about the new Aifone.A bot Trojan that is making the rounds.
Looking to buy an iPhone? Beware that the Web site you think you’re visiting actually may be a phony site set up to empty your bank account instead of sell you a new iPhone.”
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[H]ard|OCP has posted some info on a lovely little trojan designed to redirect you to a fraudulent site when you try going to an official iPhone website to make a purchase. Victims will end up giving their credit card. banking information and so on to these botnet farmers, with predictable consequences. Be careful.