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Web site attack hits Italy tourism sites

In an Internet attack dubbed “The Italian Job,” several thousand Italian tourism Web sites have been infected by software that quietly gains control of computers visiting them and seeks out confidential financial data, a computer security firm said on Monday. Trend Micro Inc. said it detected more than 4,500 travel sites in Italy that have been infected as part of a scheme through which data on computers that visit those sites is being stolen and sent to a server located in Chicago, said David Perry, a spokesman for the Japan-based company. Full Story

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