Cybercrime flourishes in online hacker forums

Tuesday, 24 October 2006, 12:24 AM EST

Criminals covet your identity data like never before. What's more, they've perfected more ways to access your bank accounts, grab your Social Security number and manipulate your identity than you can imagine.

Want proof? Just visit any of a dozen or so thriving cybercrime forums, websites that mirror the services of Amazon.com and the efficiencies of eBay.

At USA Today.

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