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Like airborne viruses, instant messaging worms are fledglings, but very much on the rise. These new worms are also proving that once inside a corporate network they can be just as destructive, if not more so, than traditional e-mail attacks. E-mail remains the most widely used and destructive vehicle for spreading viruses and worms over the Internet, but the first three months of 2005 saw a rise in the number of worms using IM to propagate.

e-commerce general manager, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

The National Australia Bank Ltd. is giving its online banking users access to two-factor ID in an effort to combat online fraud which the Australian Banking Association estimates costs the industry A$25 million (US$19.5 million) annually.

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