Information Security on The Internet

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In the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist events in the United States, the fear that malevolent hackers and other criminal perpetrators might unleash a cyberattack on the Internet is becoming an increasing concern.

Because terrorists choose the path of least resistance, an attack using computers and code rather than guns and bombs just might be an enticing alternative, as security professionals are fixated on the preventing physical assaults. Simply put, cyberterrorism (also known as information warfare) ...

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