Cyber-criminals take aim at online games

Wednesday, 31 January 2007, 12:14 PM EST

Cyber-criminals are increasingly targeting online games in an effort to rob players of virtual assets and sell them on auction websites.

Security vendor Trend Micro identified more than 3,600 spyware attacks last year designed to gather log-in and password information for online games such as Second Life, Lineage and World of Warcraft.

At vnunet.

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