iTunes Users Hit With Another Wave of Fraud

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Has your credit card company denied your iTunes charge lately or called you on the phone after you tried to make a purchase? That's probably because another wave of fraud complaints has hit users of Apple's popular online store, similar to the one in July last year, says a report in Kaspersky's threatpost security blog.

The latest wave affected iTunes users in the U.S., U.K. and other countries, with visitors to the Apple Support forums reporting fraudulent purchases of poker chips for a Texas Hold 'em application authored by "Hongbin Sho," and bogus application purchases by a developer using the Name "Lakoo," the Massachusetts-based security company said.