A new post from security blogger Brian Krebs has focused attention on a growing trend in the cybercrime underground: cooperation. It’s not like regular organized crime, in which physically localized gangs can dominate a local underworld, but a crowd-based system of skills-sharing that could end up being far, far more dangerous.
In the years from 2000 to 2014, there have been 3,175,611 reported complaints worldwide by victims of cybercrimes to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, according to the FBI’s IC3 website. These crimes range from fraud and identity theft to stolen credit card information, electronic theft of money and data breaches.
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