Sovereign Bank and Pentagon Federal Credit Union (PenFed) have both recently reported that intruders broke into laptops connected to their networks. Employees noticed a computer on the network connecting to an atypical IP address; an investigation revealed a keystroke logging program on a company laptop. At PenFed, it was discovered that someone had gained access to a laptop on the financial institution's network and used that connection to access a database containing sensitive customer information, including credit card and Social Security numbers.

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