The 46,000 people reportedly infected by ads on job sites may be only a fraction of the victims of an ambitious, multistage attack that has stolen data belonging to several
hundred thousand people who posted resumes on Monster.com, a researcher said this weekend.

According to Symantec security analyst Amado
Hidalgo, a new Trojan horse called Infostealer.Monstres by Symantec has
stolen more than 1.6 million records belonging to several hundred
thousand people from Monster Worldwide’s job search service. That data
is then used to target the Monster.com users with credible phishing
mail that plants more malware on their machines.

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