"Home PC users need to be wary of security vulnerabilities when they go online, according to software firm CA."
As of 1995.
"The report has made several predictions for the year ahead. CA expects stealing online gaming accounts to become as profitable as stealing bank accounts."
As of 2002.
"Cybercrime trends are changing, according to the study, which expects criminals to increase their targeting of low-profile software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader and Macromedia Flash to exploit security holes, while also searching for weaknesses in social networks."
As of always.
"CA advises home users to protect themselves by using antivirus, anti-spyware and anti-spam software on their PCs. Users are also advised to practise common sense online and not open e-mails from unfamiliar senders."
Ummm... is any of this actually *new*?