According to EWeek, spyware researchers at Sunbelt Software, makers of CounterSpy, have discovered an apperent identity theft ring that uses spyware to hijack confidential data from users.
He [Subelt President Alex Eckelberry] said the log files included logins to one business bank account with more than $350,000 and another small company in California with over $11,000, readily accessible.
Check out the article at http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1845248,00.asp.
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