Hackers thinking small

Tuesday, 21 June 2005, 11:28 AM EST

A recent computer security breach that left 40 million credit cards vulnerable to fraud shows how online criminals are scoring big by thinking small, experts say.

Cybercriminals are increasingly crafting more focused attacks with a potential for profit as they target one or two companies at a time, rather than blasting out internet virus attacks across the globe, according to security experts.

By Andy Sullivan at Australian IT.

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