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Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
Cyber crime types & laws
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  • 1. Cyber Crimes & Cyber Laws
  • 2. Introduction Crime committed using a computer and the internet to steal a person's identity or illegal imports or malicious programs  Cybercrime is nothing but where the computer used as an object or subject of crime. 
  • 3. Cont…  The first spam email took place in 1978 when it was sent out over the Arpanet (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network),.  The first virus was installed on an Apple computer in 1982 when a high school student, Rich Skrenta, developed the Elk cloner.
  • 4. Cyber Crime Definition :  Cybercrime is a term for any illegal activity that uses a computer as its primary means of commission. The U.S. Department of Justice expands the definition of cybercrime to include any illegal activity that uses a computer for the storage of evidence.
  • 5. CYBER CRIMES ARE MAINLY CLASSIFIED AS: Those against a person.  Against Properties.  Crime targetting the government.
  • 6. Against a Person i. Harassment via e-mails: Harassment through e-mails is not a new concept. It is very similar to harassing through letters. ii. Cyber-stalking : Cyber stalking involves following a person movements across the Internet by posting messages. iii. Email spoofing: A mail which misrepresents its origin. It shows it's origin to be different from which actually it originates.
  • 7. Against Properties i.Computer Vandalism: Damaging or destroying data rather than stealing or misusing them is called cyber vandalism. ii.Transmitting virus: These are programs that attach themselves to a file and then circulate . They usually affect the data on a computer, either by altering or deleting it.
  • 8. Against Government Cyber Terrorism: Terrorist attacks on the Internet is by distributed denial of service attacks, hate websites and hate emails, attacks on sensitive computer networks, etc. Technology savvy terrorists are using 512-bit encryption, which is impossible to decrypt. The recent example may be cited of – Osama Bin Laden, the LTTE, and attack on America’s army deployment system during Iraq war.
  • 9. TYPES OF CYBER CRIMES       HACKING DENIAL OF SERVICE ATTACK VIRUS DISSEMINATION SOFTWARE PIRACY PORNOGRAPHY IRC Crime        NET EXTORTION PHISHING SPOOFING CYBER STALKING CYBER DEFAMATION SALAMI ATTACK CREDIT CARD FRAUD
  • 10. Cyber Criminal Those who are doing crimes by using the computer as an target or object. i. Children and adolescents between the age group of 6 – 18 years ii. Dissatisfied employees iii. Professional hackers / crackers iv. Organized hackers
  • 11. Modes & Manners of Committing Cyber Crimes  Unauthorized access to computer systems or networks: This is generally referred as ‘Hacking’. That is accessing the information of others without proper authorization.  Theft of information contained in electronic form: This includes theft of information stored in computer hard disks, removable storage media etc.
  • 12. Cont…  Data diddling: This is altering raw data just before a computer processes it and then changing it back after the processing is completed.  Denial of Service attack: The computer is flooded with more requests than it can handle which cause it to crash. Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attack is a example.
  • 13. Cont… Trojan attacks: It means unauthorized programmer. It gains control over another’s system by representing itself as an authorized programmer.  Web jacking: This term is derived from the term hi jacking. In these kinds of offences the hacker gains access and control over the web site of another.  Email bombing: It refers to sending large numbers of mail to the victim, which may be an individual or a company by ultimately resulting into crashing. 
  • 14. Hacking Intrusion into a computer system without the permission of the computer owner/user.  E.g : Hacking into Best Western Database. 
  • 15. Types of Cyber Crimes i. Child Pornography: The use of computer networks to create, distribute, or access materials that sexually use underage children. ii. Cyber Contraband: Transferring illegal items through the internet (such as encryption technology) that is barred in some locations. iii. Cyber laundering: Electronic transfer of illegally-obtained money with the goal of hiding its source and possibly its destination.
  • 16. Cont .. iv. v. Cyber Stalking: Threats that creates fear through the use of computer technology such as email, phones, text messages, webcams, websites or videos. Cyber Theft: Using a computer to steal. This includes activities related to: breaking and entering, unlawful appropriation, identity theft, fraud, malicious hacking and piracy.
  • 17. Cyber Security   Cyber security involves protection of sensitive personal and business information through prevention, detection, and response to different online attacks. Cyber security actually protects your personal information by responding, detecting and preventing the attacks.
  • 18. Protecting Your Privacy Privacy policy : Before submitting your name, email address, or other personal information on a web site, look for the site's privacy policy.  Evidence that your information is being encrypted : To protect attackers from hijacking your information, any personal information submitted online should be encrypted. Many sites use SSL or secure sockets layer, to encrypt information. 
  • 19. How Can We Protect Keep software up to date: If the seller releases patches for the software operating your device, install them as soon as possible. Installing them will prevent attackers from being able to take advantage.  Use good passwords: Select passwords that will be difficult for thieves to guess. Do not choose options that allow your computer to remember your passwords. 
  • 20. Cont …  Disable remote connectivity: Some PDA’s and phones are equipped with wireless technologies, such as Bluetooth, that can be used to connect to other devices or computers. You should disable these features when they are not in use.
  • 21. Extent of Progress on Updating Cyber Crime Laws Substantially or Fully Updated (10): Australia, Canada, Estonia, India, Japan, Mauritius, Peru, Philippines, Turkey, United States Partially Updated (9): Brazil, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Malaysia, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom No Updated Laws (33): Albania, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Ethiopia, Fiji, France, Gambia, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Malta, Moldova, Morocco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Norway, Romania, South Africa, Sudan, Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Zambia, Zimbabwe
  • 22. Cyber Laws in INDIA India has enacted the first I.T.Act, 2000 based on the UNCIRAL model recommended by the general assembly of the United Nations.  Offence under IT Acts   Tampering with Computer source documents  Hacking with Computer systems, Data alteration  Publishing obscene information Un-authorised access to protected system  Breach of Confidentiality and Privacy  Publishing false digital signature certificates
  • 23. Computer Related Crimes Covered under IPC & Special Laws          Sending threatening messages by email Sending defamatory messages by email Forgery of electronic records Bogus websites, cyber frauds Email spoofing Web-Jacking E-Mail Abuse Online sale of Drugs Online sale of Arms
  • 24. DRAWBACKS OF PRESENT CYBER LAWS  Jurisdiction is the highly debatable issue  Due to growing arms of cyber space the territorial boundaries seem to vanish  Loss of evidence because  data are routinely destroyed  collection of data outside the territorial extent  Cyber Army  Requirement for highly technical staff  High technology crime & investigation infrastructure  A law regulating the cyber-space
  • 25. Conclusion  Weak penalties limit deterrence  These crimes have large-scale economic and social effects.  Self-protection remains the first line of defense for e.g.  Finding the holes in the network  Using intrusion alert programs  Using Encryption  A law regulating the cyber-space
  • 26. Cont …  Co-operation for exchange of material and evidence of computer crimes between law enforcement agencies.
  • 27. THANK YOU

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