Net criminals shun virus attacks

Friday, 20 July 2007, 2:20 PM EST

Hi-tech criminals have found novel ways to carry out web-based attacks that are much harder to spot and stop, warn security experts.

Some cyber criminals have exploited file-sharing networks and popular webpages to attack targets. The malicious hackers have turned to these methods instead of going to the trouble of hijacking home PCs.

At the BBC.

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