Malware attacks getting much worse

Monday, 5 February 2007, 12:15 AM EST

Increasingly, organized crime rings, including many in Russia, China and South America, are behind computer viruses, spam and scams. With the wherewithal to hire high-tech help and manage major operations, their techniques have quickly made many security software programs -- perhaps including the ones you might have on your home or office PC -- obsolete.

At CIO Today.

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