Cyber terrorists can be motivated to target organizations that will result in the radical’s group to cause the most harm and/or receive the most attention for their party. Cyberterrorists use the internet to spread propaganda and enlist new members and use DoS/DDoS attacks to cause disruption to companies that represent actions against their belief’s (Vacca & Rudolph, 2011). Cyber terrorists can also steal information to be used for self-serving strategic purposes. Kostadinov (2012) makes the distinction between cybercrime and cyberterrorism in that the latter should resemble terrorist attacks via traditional methods but perpetrated virtually. Kostadinov goes on to note that most cyberterrorism actions are generally focused on website sabotage and email blasting.
Executive Summary. This paper provides an analysis and evaluation of the AT&T v. Concepcion case. Evaluation includes legal and ethical aspects of the case, facts, personal opinion and opinion of majority and dissents on this case. Primary sources of data for this analysis are internet sites and textbook. Results of the analysis of the case showed that AT&T cell phone company acted unethically regarding its consumers Concepcions.
Cyberbullying is different from verbal/physical bullying because people can use the disguise of “anonymous” to harass their victims. You only need a valid e-mail to create or participate in groups online, so it is very easy set up “fake” accounts and bully anonymously. Even though this will never be stopped people need to take it seriously because each year there have been 41 suicides involving cyber bullying in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. The main types of cyber bullying are sending treating or upsetting emails, instant messaging, chat rooms and setting up "fake" profiles to bullying people anonymously. If you are the bully it can affect your life when you yet older, like when your trying to get a job employers can search up your name online and find things about you also they look to see what's on your social media accounts like: inappropriate photos or comments, being racist, poor communication skills or using bad grammar.
Ping Sweeps and Port Scans Thesis Statements: In this paper I will talk about the danger that we are facing day by day from hackers and we will talk about two common network probes called Port scan and Ping Sweeps and how to protect ourselves from hem. Introduction: Ping sweeps and ports scans are common methods for hackers to try to break a network. As a system administrator this is a valid concern and for the boss this should not be a worry for him. The system administrator has a lot of steps to stop efforts from hackers to acquire any data by using ping sweeps and ports scans. If hackers are constantly thwarted and discouraged from penetrating your network they normally move on to another site.
Social networks can often be described as a dangerous place too, and how harmful they are to our society. People are getting cyber bullied daily. It often hurts our social skills, And social media is just unsafe for others using it. It can affect the choices we make, And change the course of our lives by peer pressure or popularity. First, cyber bullying.
According to Wikipedia, “phishing is an attempt to criminally and fraudulently acquire sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords and credit card details, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication” (“Phishing”). Therefore, sensitive information is being obtained from users online and is being used to steal their personal identity. We will discuss how phishing scams happen in a variety of ways on the World Wide Web, the damage that is caused, and lastly how to prevent your self from being a victim of these phishing scams. There are several ways that hackers can get to your personal information via Internet. Some of these ways include link manipulation, filter evasion, website forgery and lastly, phone phishing.
It can come from friends and acquaintances or it may be anonymous through someone using a false identity.” Anyone can be a cyber-bully. Cyber bullying can, however, be even more vicious than you think it seems. Online perpetrators can send threatening or mean messages to their targets through instant messenger or email; post seriously damaging stories, remarks or comments about someone on any social networking site; pretend to be someone else and send embarrassing or malicious emails using that person's identity; get personal information and other details and then relaying them to others, or post manipulated pictures with offensive captions online for everyone else to see. These vicious tactics can cause irreparable damage to one's psychological and emotional wellbeing. Robinson says “typical bullying includes the posting of threatening or derogatory messages on a teen’s social networking site, and circulation of embarrassing photos that may have been digitally manipulated”.
This report studies the risks of cyber security. Cyber security involves protecting that information by preventing, detecting, and responding to attacks. Although it is designed to protect our data but still it has some dangers that we need to prevent because cyber security is not 100% safe. There are many risks related to cyber security. Some of them include viruses erasing your entire system, someone breaking into your system and changing files, someone using your computer to assault others, or someone stealing your credit card information and making illicit purchases.
This result is that some ads may not get noticed, and some consumers may become irritated by the clutter. The Internet offers a potential for deception. The web is referred to as a web of deceit in regard to advertisers’ attempts to target children with subtle advertising messages. In addition, data collection without consumers’ knowledge and permission, hacking, and credit card theft are among the problems confronting Internet users. Another disadvantage is privacy.
They are unknowingly killing their own creativity. People who download copyrighted material from internet must be punished. Downloading materials off the internet without acknowledging its source is unethical and illegal. There must be legal actions acted upon people who download copyright material from the internet. Such illegal download creates a huge problem for the creators of copyrighted materials.