Changing facts of web crime must be faced

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Changing facts of web crime must be faced

The internet's no longer dominated by script kiddies looking for bragging rights. So said experts at both the recent RSA Conference in California and the Cyber Security Summit in Florida. Today's attackers want money, not an underground following.

According to these speakers, most cyber-attackers currently making a ruckus range from organized crime to extortionists. And they're broadening their range of targets. Many are taking advantage of vulnerabilities in home and small office computers. Since many large organizations have made ...

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