Cybercrime is defined as illegal acts against anyone who uses a computer, its systems and its online or offline applications. This happens when information technology is used to commit a crime or cover a crime. However, an act is considered a cybercrime only if it was intentional and not accidental.
Some of the more common cybercrimes include:
- Fraud is carried out by manipulating a computer network.
- Unauthorized access or modification of data or applications.
- Theft of intellectual property, including software piracy.
- Industrial espionage and access or theft of computer materials.
- Writing or distributing computer viruses or malware.
- Digital distribution of child pornography.
Cybercrime Attack Types
Cybercrime can attack in a variety of ways. Some of the more common cybercrime modes are:
It is the act of gaining unauthorized access to a computer system or network.
Denial Of Service Attack
In this cyberattack, the attacker uses the victim’s network bandwidth or floods their inbox with spam. The intent here is to thwart their regular services.
Stealing software by illegally copying genuine software or counterfeiting. This also includes the distribution of products deemed to be original.
Phishing is a method of illegally obtaining confidential information from account holders of a bank / financial institution.
It is the act of causing one computer system or network to mimic the identity of another computer. It is mainly used to gain access to the exclusive privileges that this network or computer has.
There are many types of digital forensics tools. Such As
SafeBack is mainly used to create images of hard drives of Intel-based computer systems and restore those images to some other hard drives.
It is a command-line computer forensics tool. It is freely available for the UNIX operating system, which can make exact copies of discs suitable for digital forensic analysis.
The validation tool will help you check if the data has been successfully copied to another repository.