Beware hackers' deals, say experts

Wednesday, 21 July 2004, 12:01 PM EST

The group is selling Enterasys' Dragon intrusion detection system for £8,650. The list price is £10,800 for a single user and up to £162,000 for a 500-user licence.

The SCC claimed it could also provide other pirated products from Fortune 100 companies on request. As Computer Weekly went to press, the SCC site owners said their service had been suspended temporarily, but experts believe it may re-emerge.

By Arif Mohamed at Computer Weekly.

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