It also tries to save people from themselves by blocking the inadvertent downloading of crimeware on computers, downloads that can carried out without the user's knowledge and are triggered by such seemingly harmless activities as clicking through Web sites.
—Gillian Shaw, "Symantec software tackles newest cyber crimes." Vancouver Sun, June 26, 2006
—Richard Edwards, "Internet crime more feared than burglaries," The Evening Standard, October 9, 2006
"Overall, the survey and recent field reports tell us that phishers are using advanced crimeware to commandeer larger arrays of Internet technologies and at the same time using them to attack smaller institutions than have been targeted," said APWG Chairman David Jevans.
—"Anti-Phishing Working Group Reports Phishing Attacks Up 42% in January," Business Wire, February 24, 2005
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