GROWTH in the high technology sector means big profits for those that succeed in the race to market 'the next big thing,' but that also means high tech criminals are hot on the trail of consumers and manufacturers unaware that their new gadget is a fraudsters new scamming device, reports Monica Dobie, in Montreal, Canada.

ONE new target that hackers and online criminals who are keen to crack codes and cause cyber-havoc have their eyes set upon, is the use of mobile telephone commerce via WAP phone technology.

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