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White-collar crime specifically computer crime is becoming more popular as computers become more readily available Crimes using computers and crimes against computers are usually committed without fear of being caught due to the detachment of the offender from the victim Computer crime is defined as Criminal activity directly related to the use of computers specifically illegal trespass into the computer system or database of another manipulation or theft of stored or on-line data or sabotage of equipment and data1 This includes both crimes using computers and crimes against computers The people who commit these crimes are of a wide variety Cyber-criminals can be put in generally seven categories Pranksters These individuals perpetrate tricks on others They generally do not intend any particular or long-lasting harm A large portion is juvenile Hackers These individuals explore others computer systems for education out of curiosity to achieve idealized social justice or to compete with their peers They may be attempting to gain the use of a more powerful computer gain respect from fellow hackers build a reputation or gain acceptance as an expert without formal education Malicious hackers crackers These individuals are intent on causing loss to satisfy some antisocial motives or just for fun Many computer virus creators and distributors fall into this category Personal problem solvers By far the most common kind of criminal these individuals often cause serious loss in their pursuit of a solution to their own personal problems They may turn to crime after conventional problem-solving methods fail or they may see crime as a quick and easy way to solve their problems They generally believe that the victim of the crime is rich enough to afford the loss and would not miss what was taken or used Disgruntled employees angry about being fired or not receiving a raise they felt they deserved have also been known to even the score with their company by disrupting their computer networks or program functionality fall
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