Cybercrime and the Dark Net: Revealing the hidden underworld of the internet

Cybercrime and the Dark Net Revealing the hidden underworld of the internet With the emergence of the internet new forms of crime became possible From harassment and grooming to fraud and identity theft the anonymity provided by the internet has created a new world of crime o

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  • Title: Cybercrime and the Dark Net: Revealing the hidden underworld of the internet
  • Author: Cath Senker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With the emergence of the internet new forms of crime became possible From harassment and grooming to fraud and identity theft the anonymity provided by the internet has created a new world of crime of which we all must be aware The threat of hackers reaches beyond the individual, threatening businesses and even states, and holds worrying implications for the world we liWith the emergence of the internet new forms of crime became possible From harassment and grooming to fraud and identity theft the anonymity provided by the internet has created a new world of crime of which we all must be aware The threat of hackers reaches beyond the individual, threatening businesses and even states, and holds worrying implications for the world we live in.In this enlightening account, Cath Senker unmasks the many guises that cybercrime takes and the efforts of law enforcement to keep pace with the hackers She reveals the mysterious world of hackers and cybersecurity professionals and reveals a story that is both shocking and surprising With chapters on political activism and human rights, Senker shows a brighter side of the darknet For anyone interested in learning of the world of cyber criminals and their opponents, this is the perfect starting point.

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    1. I received this book on Netgalley in exchange for a review.Most people have heard of cybercrime and the darknet (usually in movies) but majority of people don’t actually understand what those terms mean. This book is written for those who want to learn more about the reality of online security and privacy.The book is divided into two parts: Cybercrime and The Darknet. It’s quite well organized and written simply enough so that people who aren’t good with tech can understand it, but not so [...]

    2. If you are looking for a book about the level of cybercrime nowadays, this is the recommended read. It uses a simple language, with explanations of terms, as well as extensive coverage of different chapters and domains, such as bullying and harassment online. It also offers the main points of view in the discussion about the extent of the civil disobedience faced with the 'interests of the state' played on the lanes of the so-called 'dark side of the Internet'. The authors offers a relatively cl [...]

    3. [I received a copy of this book through NetGalley.] This book provided an introduction to part of what you can find on the "Deep Web". If you don't know anything about it, or just a few things, it will give you some starting points which you can use to then find out more. If you already know what there is to know, probably the book won't be useful, though. Divided in two parts, "Cybercrime" and "The Dark Net", it introduces some of the basic ideas and concepts. What's the Deep Web and what can y [...]

    4. Have you heard about Anonymous and Wikileaks? What about Bitcoin and Blockchain? Do you know what a DDoS attack is? Sure, in this technological era, we have all heard someone mentioning one of this things. But how many of us can say that they truly understand how it works?Well, for those of you who are interested in the subject but don't really know where to begin this is the perfect book.If you are like me, who at the mention of "escrow" thinks "what animal is that?", this book is the perfect p [...]

    5. Interesting and very scary book. I finally understand a little bit more about the dark net and what happens there. I would really love to take a tour, but it seems pretty dangerous. Libro molto interessante che mette anche paura. Finalmente ho capito qualcosa di piú della dark net e cosa ci succede e ora mi piacerebbe proprio farci un giro, ma magari evitoANKS TO NETGALLEY FOR THE PREVIEW!

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