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1 Cyber Crime Computers have become one of the most important parts of our day-today life. And with the development of the Internet, the use of the computers has become even more extensive. But more usage of Internet has brought more problems with it. Some criminal minded people commit crime through Internet. The crimes caused on the Internet are called the Cyber crimes. Cyber crimes are of different types. They include hacking some one’s account that is called “Computer network break-ins”, software piracy that is the copying of the original softwares, child pornography, mail bombing, password sniffing, credit card fraud and many more. The biggest is the Computer network break-ins. It is the gaining unauthorized access in the network and then either stealing some information from there or destroying that network by spreading the computer viruses or in some other way. It affects a lot to the huge companies. They have their dealings, contracts, plans etc. on the network and if someone steals it then it is a bog loss to the companies. Another type of cyber crime is the piracy. It is the biggest headache of the multinational software companies like Microsoft, Oracle and many more. They take so much pain, time and resources to make huge softwares and some ill minded people, who want to earn without working hard, copy them and sell them at a cheaper price. So these companies do not get
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course ENGLISH ENG 101 taught by Professor Choi during the Spring '10 term at Abu Dhabi University.

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