Spotting the pharming websites

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The great British broadcaster Alan Partridge once proposed an innovative programme idea for television called Monkey Tennis. Although more varied, less predictable and arguably better TV viewing than normal tennis, the idea was shelved over some pretty sketchy concerns that the monkeys would never be up to the job.

Compared to how long it would take primates to do little more than learn the rules of tennis, the hacking fraternity have rushed through their own 'Evolution of Man' faster than you can say Roger Federer. As the motives behind hacking become increasingly entrepreneurial, so the tools and ...

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