A client of Vietnam’s state-run bank on August 5 has reported that VND500 million ($22,400) was debited from her account without her knowledge. Seven transactions totaling $22,400 were made during the night of August 4 from the account of Hoang Thi Na Huong, a client of Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam JSC., Vietcombank. Huong claims she did not conduct any relevant transactions or receive any confirmation of such. She said she still had the bank card with her at the time of the transactions and said to have not received any OTP (one-time password) confirmation code the bank normally sends her after a transaction is made. The bank was able to hold back VND300 million ($13,455) in the system. The rest of the money, according to Vietcombank, was withdrawn through an ATM in Malaysia. Based on the information provided by Huong, Vietcombank confirmed in a statement August 12 that the client has accessed a fake website on July 28 using her mobile phone, which led to her account information and internet banking password being stolen. The link was found by the bank in the browsing history of Huong’s phone on August 11. On August 4, the hackers logged in to Huong’ account to transfer money to various accounts at three banks in Vietnam. That Huong had not received any confirmation code of the transactions was explained by the fact her account setting was changed to receive the confirmation code through an OTP-generating smartphone app instead of the traditional SMS….