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Internet Protection Thesis Specific solutions will help people to deal with security threats from Web criminals IIntroduction A What makes the Internet so vulnerable to attackers B Understand the term of hacker IIFour things hackers usually do and provide solutions A Hackers take advantage of software bugs and solutions B Spreading virus through e-mail and solutions C Hacking business Web site and solutions D Stealing credit card number and solutions III Be a knowledgeable Web user and take personal responsibility A Be aware of the rumors on the Web B Apply security measurements to fit your need IV Conclusion A Logical appeal Internet protection Internet security is something that has been a problem since the mid 90s Millions of new users are connecting to the World Wide Web every year The Internet transcends geographic locations and is the first example of a true global village Unfortunately for regular users of the Internet much like the real world criminals exist on the Internet as well As we have entered the 21 century specific solutions will help people to deal with the security threats from Web criminals First of all lets take a look at what makes the Internet so vulnerable to electronic mischief Unlike centralized networks operated by commercial online services such as Compuserve and Prodigy the Internet is a decentralized system spread out cross millions of computers worldwide Each of these machines has its own passwords and security procedures-or lack of them In some cases the Internet is only as strong as its weakest link and intruders who break into one part of the system can rapidly gain access to much of the rest of it Stallings 20Electronic criminals known as hackers are the people who use this
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