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Mexican drug gangs have begun to diversify into cyber crime, kidnapping IT professionals and forcing them to hack into people’s bank accounts, or directly into banks.Either way, the result is the same – an infection that takes over your PC, often downloading new software ‘to order’.People who have fallen victim should contact their bank immediately, run a virus scan on their PC to check for the root of the infection – and contact their email provider saying they have been hacked.Today’s infections are built so they can instruct your machine to download new software at any time, so it can be months before money suddenly begins to vanish, or your machine is used as part of a spam campaign or hacker attack.

These account details might be used straight away or sold on, to be used at a later date with your money siphoned off and transferred through the accounts of criminals known as ‘money mules’, who are paid to move money from place to place.The sheer number of passwords and usernames required to live a normal online life mean that people often recycle.Cyber criminals can simply use Google to ‘join the dots’, connecting them across all the different online worlds they live in.For spammers who can send out billions of attacks a day, it’s a business with unthinkably huge profit margins. It is spreading so that a lot of it now comes from countries that already have a high level of violent crime – developing countries with large computer populations such as South Africa and Brazil.’Corrupt internet service providers often host the machines used by cyber criminals – the notorious ‘Koobface’ gang, which at one point made

These account details might be used straight away or sold on, to be used at a later date with your money siphoned off and transferred through the accounts of criminals known as ‘money mules’, who are paid to move money from place to place.

The sheer number of passwords and usernames required to live a normal online life mean that people often recycle.

Cyber criminals can simply use Google to ‘join the dots’, connecting them across all the different online worlds they live in.

For spammers who can send out billions of attacks a day, it’s a business with unthinkably huge profit margins. It is spreading so that a lot of it now comes from countries that already have a high level of violent crime – developing countries with large computer populations such as South Africa and Brazil.’Corrupt internet service providers often host the machines used by cyber criminals – the notorious ‘Koobface’ gang, which at one point made $1 million a month from disseminating viruses through Facebook, is largely comprised of webmasters in the pornography industry.

The lower ranks have few IT skills, having been taught one simple part of the ‘trade’, which they repeat over and over again for pay – such as simply sending out thousands of spam emails that, when opened, can infect your PC.

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These account details might be used straight away or sold on, to be used at a later date with your money siphoned off and transferred through the accounts of criminals known as ‘money mules’, who are paid to move money from place to place.The sheer number of passwords and usernames required to live a normal online life mean that people often recycle.Cyber criminals can simply use Google to ‘join the dots’, connecting them across all the different online worlds they live in.For spammers who can send out billions of attacks a day, it’s a business with unthinkably huge profit margins. It is spreading so that a lot of it now comes from countries that already have a high level of violent crime – developing countries with large computer populations such as South Africa and Brazil.’Corrupt internet service providers often host the machines used by cyber criminals – the notorious ‘Koobface’ gang, which at one point made $1 million a month from disseminating viruses through Facebook, is largely comprised of webmasters in the pornography industry.The lower ranks have few IT skills, having been taught one simple part of the ‘trade’, which they repeat over and over again for pay – such as simply sending out thousands of spam emails that, when opened, can infect your PC.

million a month from disseminating viruses through Facebook, is largely comprised of webmasters in the pornography industry.The lower ranks have few IT skills, having been taught one simple part of the ‘trade’, which they repeat over and over again for pay – such as simply sending out thousands of spam emails that, when opened, can infect your PC.

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