Cyberthieves silently copy your passwords as you type

Monday, 27 February 2006, 7:12 PM EST

Most people who use e-mail now know enough to be on guard against "phishing" messages that pretend to be from a bank or business but are actually attempts to steal passwords and other personal information.

But there is evidence that among global cybercriminals, phishing may already be passé.

At the NY Times.

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