Criminals exploit net phone calls

Tuesday, 18 July 2006, 9:14 PM EST

Malicious hackers are turning to net phone systems in a bid to trick people into handing over personal details.

Security firms have identified several scams in which net phone systems are harnessed to try to catch out potential victims. In one con people are called about supposed fraudulent activity on their credit card.

At the BBC.

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