Even as law enforcers vaunt statistics showing a steep decline in violent street crime, they warn that the new breed of criminal operates not in back alleys but in front of keyboards.

New Jersey prosecutors are turning their attention to computer crime — and not just the kind of crime that occurs only in cyberspace. On the contrary, the Internet has become a new territory for grifters and other confidence peddlers, who find Web users easy prey.

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