There were 176 new attack types reported in January.
A form of
Internet fraud known as "phishing" increased 52 percent from December to
January, according to the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG). There were
176 new, unique attack types reported to the group in January, up from 116
in December. Companies including eBay Inc., Citibank and America Online
were targeted during this period. Read the full story at