Personal details are being revealed online

Wednesday, 10 January 2007, 12:00 AM EST

The results of a survey of PC users show that 45 per cent of what we do online requires us to disclose personal or financial data.

The survey, by vendor Kaspersky Lab, shows that despite the increase in backdoor Trojans, keyloggers and internet scams such as targeted phishing attacks, web users have not been put off going online to conduct their banking, shopping and travel bookings.

At vnunet.

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