Price of cybercrime tools shrinks
It's becoming cheaper and easier to get hold of the tools needed to launch a cybercrime attack, according to security company RSA.
Jens Hinrichsen, the company's product marketing manager for fraud auction, said Thursday that RSA has been monitoring the Web sites and ICQ channels where malicious hackers and cybercriminals interact. These sites allow participants to share feedback and even review one another's products.
Addressing an audience at the RSA Conference 2007 here, Hinrichsen showed several screengrabs to illustrate that the prices being asked for hacking tools have been dropping, with many participants embracing volume discounts and other incentives. Price of cybercrime tools shrinks | Tech News on ZDNet
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