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Internet services and websites make easy for us to pay bills, make online reservations, shop or even work remotely. And all these actions can take place from anywhere. Old boundaries and human limitations are dropped and we can have access to almost any online information, our lives becoming so much easier. But the same is valid for CRIME. Our freedom to navigate and access Internet services and websites make easy for us to pay bills, make online reservations, shop or even work remotely. And all these actions can take place from anywhere. Old boundaries and human limitations are dropped and we can have access to almost any online information, our lives becoming so much easier. But the same is valid for CRIME. Our freedom to navigate and access a large number of online locations represents our main vulnerability, because an open door always allows access in both directions. Criminal minds can reach these days further than before, into our work offices and our homes. And there is little we can do about it. The attack methods and tools vary from traditional attack vectors, which use malicious software and vulnerabilities present in almost all the programs and applications (even in the popular Windows operating systems) to ingenious phishing scams deployed from unexpected regions of the world, where justice can’t easily reach out to catch the eventual perpetrators. The most common ways to become vulnerable to a malware attack or phishing scam take place when you: •shop online •check your e-mail •access social media networks For this reason, we need to know what are the most popular schemes and techniques used by cyber criminals in reaching for our private information and financial data. We must not forget their final target is always our money and there is nothing they won’t do in accomplishing their mission. Contents of current report Introduction – page 2 How online fraud is a growing trend – page 3 Types of online scams – page 5 Most common internet banking scams – page 11 Common fraud schemes – page 13 How online money scams work – page 24 Avoiding online scams – page 29 Biggest online scam cases – page 31 Top tricks, cons, and schemes to hack internet security – page 44 New e-scams & warnings – page 46 Internet social networking risks – page 79 Younger and older internet users – page 84 Recognizing online financial fraud – page 87 Online fraud risks for businesses – page 89 Internet fraud statistics – page 91 Rates of fraud, identity theft and scams across the 50 states – page 96 FBI fighting back – page 98 FBI internet crime statistics - annual reports – page 101 How hackers are caught out by law enforcers – page 104 FBI using hackers to track down scammers – page 109 Recruiting cyber defenders – page 111 Ashley Madison hack – page 112 How credit card companies spot fraud – page 120 Tracking down a scammer (case study) – page 123


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Internet services and websites make easy for us to pay bills, make online reservations, shop or even work remotely. And all these actions can take place from anywhere. Old boundaries and human limitations are dropped and we can have access to almost any online information, our lives becoming so much easier. But the same is valid for CRIME. Our freedom to navigate and access Internet services and websites make easy for us to pay bills, make online reservations, shop or even work remotely. And all these actions can take place from anywhere. Old boundaries and human limitations are dropped and we can have access to almost any online information, our lives becoming so much easier. But the same is valid for CRIME. Our freedom to navigate and access a large number of online locations represents our main vulnerability, because an open door always allows access in both directions. Criminal minds can reach these days further than before, into our work offices and our homes. And there is little we can do about it. The attack methods and tools vary from traditional attack vectors, which use malicious software and vulnerabilities present in almost all the programs and applications (even in the popular Windows operating systems) to ingenious phishing scams deployed from unexpected regions of the world, where justice can’t easily reach out to catch the eventual perpetrators. The most common ways to become vulnerable to a malware attack or phishing scam take place when you: •shop online •check your e-mail •access social media networks For this reason, we need to know what are the most popular schemes and techniques used by cyber criminals in reaching for our private information and financial data. We must not forget their final target is always our money and there is nothing they won’t do in accomplishing their mission. Contents of current report Introduction – page 2 How online fraud is a growing trend – page 3 Types of online scams – page 5 Most common internet banking scams – page 11 Common fraud schemes – page 13 How online money scams work – page 24 Avoiding online scams – page 29 Biggest online scam cases – page 31 Top tricks, cons, and schemes to hack internet security – page 44 New e-scams & warnings – page 46 Internet social networking risks – page 79 Younger and older internet users – page 84 Recognizing online financial fraud – page 87 Online fraud risks for businesses – page 89 Internet fraud statistics – page 91 Rates of fraud, identity theft and scams across the 50 states – page 96 FBI fighting back – page 98 FBI internet crime statistics - annual reports – page 101 How hackers are caught out by law enforcers – page 104 FBI using hackers to track down scammers – page 109 Recruiting cyber defenders – page 111 Ashley Madison hack – page 112 How credit card companies spot fraud – page 120 Tracking down a scammer (case study) – page 123

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