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USA Today, By Byron Acohido
Cybercriminals are stepping up the hijacking of Apple iTunes accounts, often leaving consumers distraught.
Hijackers buy iTunes logons from e-mail phishers expert at tricking you into typing your credentials at spoofed websites. ITunes logons also get stolen and sold off by hackers who spread computer infections containing keystroke loggers that capture logons as you type them.
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