Inside a cyber-crook's Xmas wish list

Wednesday, 13 December 2006, 10:52 AM EST

Most people will be looking forward to receiving digital cameras, games and the like - as well as the inevitable pair of socks - this Christmas. But cybercrooks can take the opportunity to splash out, angling for things such as credit card numbers and their corresponding PINs, the trade in which is booming online.

Some items are more valuable than others, according to Raimund Genes, CTO of net security firm Trend Micro, which has compiled what it reckons an average cyber crook’s Christmas list might look like.

At The Register.

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