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  • Bitcoin Is A Viable Currency As It Struggles For Acceptance

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    Around 1,200 years ago, the pound sterling was created. Serving Great Britain and its territories to this present day, it is one of the most traded currencies in the world. Some 1,000 years later, the dollar came in to existence followed by the Euro at the turn of the millennium. In 2008, a new paradigm, Bitcoin, reared its head into the world economy. Bitcoin sets itself apart from the aforementioned currencies because it doesn’t exist; it is one of many digital currencies, albeit the most popular

  • Frank Abagnale Identity Theft

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    However, there are numerous ways to protect yourself from becoming a victim to this malicious threat. By inspecting your purchases on the internet, keeping your personal information safe,

  • A hacker by common definition is a person who uses computers to gain unauthorized access to data.

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    criminals on the internet. Without them and their actions we would live in complete chaos. On the internet there are billions of people logged on at one time. Among these users are, different types of hackers: white, grey, and black hat hackers. White hat hackers are hackers that try to put a stop to mischievous acts from cheating in a video game to corporate espionage. Black hat

  • The Resilient Hacker Activist Group Anonymous

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    The resilient hacker-activist group Anonymous started out on an online based site for entertainment.Furthermore; the group began to establish more concrete goals towards political and social change. The team magnificently relies on and influences information technology to share and convey they are personal communicating to the whole web world. This paper will provide awareness on Anonymous 's ideas, interpret these ideas and gauge the potential profits and significances, and regard security concerns

  • The Impact Of Technology On The Financial System

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    The increased use and exposure to the Internet has created new opportunities for financially motivated cyber criminals who seek to target unknowing victims. Organized criminal groups have also been found to take advantage in the advancement of technology to facilitate their illegal activities, to commit both traditional crimes such as theft and fraud and also new crimes enabled by advancements in technologies. Furthermore, the anonymous nature of the Internet means that it is difficult and costly

  • Bitcoin Protocol Was Invented By Satoshi Nakamoto

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    into an ongoing chain of hash–based proof-of-work, forming a record that cannot be changed without redoing the proof –of-work. Bitcoin became the first decentralized cryptocurrency in 2009.This means that as opposed to centralized electronic money/banking systems, the decentralized control uses the Bitcoin’s block chain transaction database in the role of a distributed ledger. By convention, the first transaction in a block is a special transaction that starts a new coin owned by the creator of the

  • The Internet : The Modernization Of Money Laundering

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    The Internet: The Modernization of Money Laundering in the 21st Century Until all illegal activity ceases worldwide, there will always be a need for money laundering services. While there is no way of knowing when the first case of money laundering occurred, countries all over the world have been trying to fight this issue for at least the last 40 years. As soon as a new technique comes out into the public, countries write laws that try to prohibit that behavior. Unfortunately, there is no one-stop

  • Social Security Threats

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    The Internet today is used by people of various ages. Although the internet is a great and useful resource, yet internet dangers are around every corner. The use of technology has turned from educational resources or connecting with family across the globe to negative threats. Identity theft, cyberbullying, inappropriate content, sexual predators, and negative reputation are a few of the threats lurking on the internet. In the past years, social media has been immensely popular such as Facebook,

  • Hacking Can Not Be Ethical

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    website known for political debates was hacked and his page on which he spent thousands of dollars on was hacked by Anonymous and became malicious. “Erickson spent $1,500 to rebuild his site with enhanced security measures. He also spent a considerable amount of time with Google’s appeals process to get his site relisted-- a process that took 3 months.” (KAVILANZ, PARIJA. "Hacked by Anonymous." CNNMoney. Cable News Network, 29 May 2013. Web. 20 Mar. 2015.) When you are targeted by cyber terrorists they

  • Electronic Commerce And Its Impact On The Internet And Cloud Computing Technologies

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    Due to rapid progress in the internet and cloud computing technologies, electronic commerce is becoming more and more popular. Many people and businesses deal with their payment transactions via the Internet. In a conventional payment system, buyers and sellers transfer cash or payment information through credit cards and checks, however in early electronic payment systems, online payment services must add capabilities to process orders, accounts and receipts. As e-commerce has gradually grown, digital