Net crime 'big fear' for Britons

Monday, 9 October 2006, 5:36 AM EST

More Britons fear net crime than they do burglary, a survey suggests. The Get Safe Online study released by the government found 21% of respondents felt most at risk from net crime, while 16% worried most about being burgled.

A BBC investigation into net-based attacks on Windows PCs found they could happen as much as every 15 minutes.

At the BBC.

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