Who: Nigerian "princes," carders, identity thieves, spammers
Targets: The gullible, online shoppers, small businesses, data-rich health care and retail companies
Signature: Stealing data, looting bank accounts
Classic Case: Coreflood, malicious software that records keystrokes and passwords, infected 2.3 million computers in 2009, some in police departments, airports, banks, hospitals, and universities. Affected companies suffered six-figure fraudulent wire transfers.
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