Keyblogging and Identity Theft 101
Keyblogging is not that new, but the threat it poses to your privacy is growing. Here's a simple example. Could this have happened to you? If so, you should read this entire Washington Post article.
When Graeme Frost received an e-mail notice that an expensive digital camera had been charged to his credit card account, he immediately clicked on the Internet link included in the message that said it would allow him to dispute the charge. As the 29-year-old resident of southwestern England scoured the resulting Web page for the merchant's phone number, the site silently installed a password-stealing program that transmitted all of his personal and financial information.
Still not concerned?
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