Thieves set up data supermarkets

Thursday, 24 April 2008, 12:00 AM EST

Web criminals are stepping back from infecting computers themselves and creating "one-stop shops" which offer gigabytes of data for a fixed price.

Security firm Finjan said it had seen thousands of such online services. Experts at the conference said web fraud was skyrocketing and called for police to urgently address the problem.

At the BBC.

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