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Note published in some curious facts of offences on the Internet: > money stolen by fraud on-line on average each victim has grown from 5.249 euros in 2003 to 6.383 in 2006. > Spain ranks third worldwide in fraud via the Internet. > The online fraud in the first four months of 2006 in Spain grew 50% more than in 2005. > During the month of May 2006 was recorded an all-time high around the world of Internet banking fraud attempts. > 70% Of malware detected in the first quarter of 2006 was related to cybercrime (spyware, Trojans, bots and backdoors). > 60% Of wireless networks are unprotected. > In Spain, 75% of detected cases of Phishing in 2005 were banks, 20% to companies of online auctions and exchange of money, and 5% to false charges of mobile web pages. > Victims of identity theft employ 600 hours recovering from this crime, (paperwork, complaints, lawsuits) after a period of years.

He makes three years, this average age of 175 hours, representing an increase of 2470%. These hours is equivalent to revenues of approximately 16,000 of potential losses or income not generated (by loss of time). This data, necessary to add that the author can get to steal. > Almost 7 million people were victims of identity theft in 2003, this equates to 19.178 each day, or 13.3 per minute. > Identity theft is the crime of greater increase during recent years in United States, according to the Federal Bureau of investigations (FBI).

> 70% Of malware detected in the first quarter of 2006 was related to cybercrime (spyware, Trojans, bots and backdoors). In the first quarter of 2006 Trojans represented 47% of the total number of new malware detected, whereas in the second it has increased to 54% (source PandLabs). While in 2004 the Trojans accounted for 24.3% of the total again detected malware, in 2005 increased to 40.3%.


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