Banks Hit by Cyberattacks: Is Anti-Islamic Movie to Blame?

Pierre Thomas reports on cyberattacks on banks and what it means for their customers.
3:00 | 09/28/12

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could be what's prompting a cyber attack on major u.S. Banks. Abc's pierre thomas has new details on how the attacks are being carried out. And really, what it mns for customers. Od morning, pierre. Reporter: Good morning, josh. Today, some of the biggest banks on high alert, targeted by overseas hackers, possibly from iran. Millions of customers blocked from their online bank accounts in a massive attack. Thought to be one of the biggest in history. Among the targets, bank of america, pnc. Perhaps this is from hackers, from that controversial film sparking outrage in the muslim world. A cyber war appears to be underway. But thankfully, no one's money has been stolen so far. You'll be on top of that. Pierre thomas in washington. Thank you for that.

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