The mushrooming menace of keyloggers

Wednesday, 18 April 2007, 2:43 PM EST

There may be few things as disturbing to Internet users as the thought of someone spying on them and capturing their every keystroke. Unfortunately, this has been happening more frequently as the use of keyloggers, phishing and spoofing grows.

In 2006, Keylogging was the fastest-growing type of malware in what Kaspersky Lab calls the "TrojWare" category -- and that trend is expected to carry on through 2007, according to Senior Technical Consultant Shane Coursen.

At TechNewsWorld.

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