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Ethical Hacking and Other Forms of It Crime

  • Date Submitted: 10/10/2011 10:04 AM
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The rapidly growth of the internet has brought up lots of advantages such as: electronic commerce, electronic mail, bank networks, computer networks furthermore, as new publicity filed and millions of information of easy access. By the same token, this growth it is remarked by a dark side; IT Crime.
It is clear that companies have used technology in a beneficial way and in various activities, but it is necessary to address and regulate the increasingly consequences of the misuse of computers and computer systems in general. The called computer crimes are not committed by the computer. It is the man who is in front of the computer mostly known as hacker (www.irchelp.org Retrieved 24 April 2008).
At present time, computers and internet are used in all around the world in diverse activities such organization and administration of private and public companies, as in scientific research, industrial production or in the studio, and even leisure among others.
The use of internet and technology is essential with unquestionable advantages nonetheless; this field is beginning to show some negative aspects, such as “computer crime”. 

The spectacular development of computer technology has opened doors to new opportunities of crime (unthinkable before). The manipulation of computers in order to obtain profit, programs or data destruction and access or misuse of information that may affect the area of privacy, are some of the issues related to computer crime. In addition, by doing this is possible to obtain large benefits or cause significant damage (material or moral) (www.irchelp.org Retrieved 24 April 2008).
The term hacker shows a double meaning for the computers field. Originally the term was defined as. “1. Person who enjoys learning the details of computer systems and how to stretch their capabilities as opposed to most users of computers, who prefer to learn only the minimum amount necessary. 2. One who programs enthusiastically or who enjoys programming rather than...


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