Like eBay For Malware: Computer Crime Is Slicker Than You Think

Like eBay For Malware: Computer Crime Is Slicker Than You Think
CRN, NY – Aug 15, 2007
Not long after people first figured out how to break into computer systems, they started creating tools to make it easier for themselves; not long after

Computer crime is slicker than you think
CRN Australia, Australia – Aug 15, 2007
deep that you don’t have to have a technical background to really get into identity theft and credit card fraud and hard core kinds of computer crime.

Strict German Computer Crime Law Now in Effect
Slashdot – Aug 13, 2007
SkiifGeek writes “With little fanfare, section 202c of the German computer crime laws came into effect over the weekend.

Identity theft fueled by meth
North County Times, CA – 9 hours ago
that hasn’t been meth-related,” Dan Pearce, a detective for the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department’s computer crime unit, said in a recent interview.

Legal experts, webmasters slam govt for illegally blocking websites
Bangkok Post, Thailand – 21 hours ago
Mr Poramate said ICT officials should carefully study the scope of their authority permitted under the new computer crime law and alter their actions

Botswana: Cyber Crime Bill on the Cards-Venson, Washington – Aug 16, 2007
The junior secondary schools only had a non-examinable computer awareness subject. she told the House that Internet was not available in government schools.

Computer Crime’s Unwitting Accomplices
Dark Reading, NY – Aug 10, 2007
But you might not recognize that many of them are recruiting posters for one of the fastest-growing segments of the cyber crime economy — the online mule.

Wired News

Help Wired News Make Sense of FBI Computer Crime Stats
Wired News – Jul 20, 2007
By Ryan Singel July 20, 2007 | 7:28:53 PM The FBI revealed some very interesting statistics about computer crime investigations in its 2008 budget request

Alabama AG Announces Arrest For Trafficking In Stolen Identities
All American Patriots (press release), Sweden – Aug 8, 2007
“I cannot overstate how important it is for Alabamians to be constantly on guard against the crime of identity theft,” said Attorney General King.

Chief goes back to school for crime class
Brookhaven Daily Leader,  United states – Aug 10, 2007
Carlisle said a large emphasis was placed on computer crime as a new wave of breaking the law. “I definitely learned a lot, because crime has changed so

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