Computer Crime: Phreaks, Spies, and Salami Slicers

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Enslow Publishers, 1994 - Computer crimes - 128 pages
Our society is dependent on computers. It is important that these computers are secure from unauthorized use. This book contains many real-life stories of hackers and computer criminals. Also covered is the need to guarantee the security of electronically stored information versus the rights of people to freedom and privacy. Includes glossary, chapter notes, a further reading list, and an index.

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The information superhighway has its share of speeders and hijackers; as traffic increases, issues of privacy and the right- to-know and the fine lines between mischief and crime become increasingly ... Read full review

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Acknowledgements
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Computerizing Society
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Hacking CJ S A
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Copyright

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