AVG's Tony Anscombe
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Kids 'using coding skills to hack' friends on games, expert says

Children as young as 11 years old have been found writing computer code to hack accounts on gaming sites and social networks, experts have said.

Antivirus company AVG said it had evidence of programs written to "steal" digital currency.

AVG's Tony Anscombe told BBC News that real world ethics need to be enforced in the online world.

  • 08 Feb 2013
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