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HACKING IMPACTS At the risk of stating the obvious, hacking—computer crime—can result in massive financial losses for companies, governments, and individuals alike. The costs associated with computer crime can manifest themselves in various ways, which may range from the obscure to a clear hit to the bottom line. Digital assets where costs from hackers can manifest themselves fall into four major categories: resources, information, time, and reputation. 1. Resources. Resources are computer-related services that perform actions or tasks on the user’s behalf.

Based on information provided by the NIPC, it is well understood that many of the extortions, fraud, and money-laundering activities are coming from Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. The FBI has identified several organized crime families that deal in information rather than drugs or prostitution but still use murder and corruption to effectively influence. The proliferation of attacks from the Eastern European region is due to the fact that many of the countries do not have laws against hacking foreign countries.

Attacks on networks can be collected into two groups: opportunistic and targeted (61 percent to 39 percent, respectively, based on Symantec’s 2002 report). 1. Opportunistic attacks are intent on locating any vulnerable system that exists on the Internet regardless of who owns the system or the specific function. In this situation the victim is not sought out but instead selected solely because of its vulnerability. Usually, these attacks are preceded by a broad scan across the Internet until the hacker identifies a system that has vulnerabilities to be exploited.

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