File this story in the "Who do you trust with your money?" category.
Eighteen of the top 24 banks in the world have malware problems, security firm Lookingglass says on Wednesday. Even three-year old worms that have long had patches and fixes to address them continue to infect the PCs of banks, including Conficker, found (gasp) in the IT deployments of 10 of the top 24.
Other virus and malware of note found on these computers included DNS Changer, Gameover Zeus, BlackHole Exploit Kit, and Fake AV among others, the security firm says.