Common insecurity

Monday, 27 February 2006, 5:14 PM EST

What do people who renew their driver's licenses, buy hard liquor or donate to a home for elderly and disabled veterans have in common? In New Hampshire, people who did any of those things within the past six months may have had their credit card numbers stolen because of computer security issues.

At Computerworld.

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