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Profiling Hackers : The Science of Criminal Profiling as Applied to the World of Hacking

By: Chiesa, Raoul.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2008Description: 1 online resource (288 p.).ISBN: 9781420086942.Subject(s): Computer crimes | Computer hackers | Computer security | Criminal behavior, Prediction ofGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Profiling Hackers : The Science of Criminal Profiling as Applied to the World of HackingDDC classification: 363.25 | 363.25/968 | 363.25968 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Foreword to the Italian Edition; Book Presentation; Introduction; Chapter 1. Introduction to Criminal Profiling; Chapter 2. Introducing ""Cybercrime""; Chapter 3. To Be, Think, and Live as a Hacker; Chapter 4. The HPP Project; Chapter 5. Who Are Hackers? Part 1; Chapter 6. Who Are Hackers? Part 2; Chapter 7. Conclusions; Afterword: Slaying Today's Dragons-Hackers in Cyberspace; Appendix A: HPP Questionaire; Appendix B: Hacker Bios*; Appendix C: The Nine Hacker Categories; Appendix D: The Hacker Manifesto (Conscience of a Hacker)
Bibliography and Online ReferencesIndex; Back cover
Summary: Offers insight into the hacking realm by featuring tales about characters that practice hacking as an art. Focusing on the relationship between technology and crime and drawn from the research conducted by the Hackers Profiling Project (HPP), this volume applies the behavioral science of criminal profiling to the world of internet predators.
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Front cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Foreword to the Italian Edition; Book Presentation; Introduction; Chapter 1. Introduction to Criminal Profiling; Chapter 2. Introducing ""Cybercrime""; Chapter 3. To Be, Think, and Live as a Hacker; Chapter 4. The HPP Project; Chapter 5. Who Are Hackers? Part 1; Chapter 6. Who Are Hackers? Part 2; Chapter 7. Conclusions; Afterword: Slaying Today's Dragons-Hackers in Cyberspace; Appendix A: HPP Questionaire; Appendix B: Hacker Bios*; Appendix C: The Nine Hacker Categories; Appendix D: The Hacker Manifesto (Conscience of a Hacker)

Bibliography and Online ReferencesIndex; Back cover

Offers insight into the hacking realm by featuring tales about characters that practice hacking as an art. Focusing on the relationship between technology and crime and drawn from the research conducted by the Hackers Profiling Project (HPP), this volume applies the behavioral science of criminal profiling to the world of internet predators.

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