The Web's dark side grows darker

Monday, 1 January 2007, 12:09 AM EST

Call it the "year of computing dangerously."

Computer security experts say 2006 saw an unprecedented spike in junk e-mail and sophisticated online attacks from increasingly organized cyber crooks. These attacks were made possible, in part, by a huge increase in the security holes identified in widely used software products.

At Delawareonline.

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