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Internet Scams: What to Be Afraid of in Cyberspace

   by Bryan Joyce

    01 July, 2001


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Editorial description(s):

From the Publisher
Internet Scams will open your eyes to some of the real dangers that exist in cyberspace. Learn to distinguish the facts from the hype, and, more importantly, defend yourself, your family, and your business. IT security consultant Bryan Joyce offers an in–depth look at the cons and scams of cyberspace and the ways in which individuals, as well as multinationals, can be electronically exploited. Aimed at the average user, Internet Scams is packed with information and advice; among the topics covered are: credit card fraud, computer hacking, software cracking, social engineering, computer vandalism, software pirating, and information gathering. There are also expert opinions and anecdotes that range from cybercops and underground sources to the victims themselves. Before you use the Internet again, read this book.

Book Description
Chippers, hackers, crackers, carders… the Internet is a growth industry for those looking to take advantage of the unsuspecting. Internet Scams tells you how to protect yourself, your family, and your business.

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