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Online fraud figures released yesterday by APACS, the UK payments association, show a 44% rise in online banking fraud last year.
Offline credit card fraud at UK retailers fell by 47% to a total of £72.1m, from 2005's figure of £135.9m, thanks largely to the introduction of chip and pin.
But the figures show that online fraud is on the rise, with £33.5m stolen from online bank accounts in the UK - a rise of 44% from 2005's figure of £23.2m.
The number of phishing attacks also rose sharply - in 2005 the number of reported attacks was 1,173; last year the figure was a massive 14,156.
This figure includes attacks via links to spoofed sites, as well as attacks using malware, such as the recent attack on Swedish bank Nordea, when fraudsters stole £570,000.