Definitions

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  • noun informal A cyberdetective.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ sleuth

Examples

  • Demi Moore plays a cybersleuth racing against time to save the life of....well, you get the picture.

    Information, Culture, Policy, Education: Twitter, celebs, and suicide

  • "Hello, Tsutomu, I respect your skills," he said to Tsutomu Shimomura, the cybersleuth who had cornered Mitnick earlier that day in Raleigh, N.C. It seemed an unusual remark to make to the person responsible for putting him in leg shackles.

    A Superhacker Meets His Match

  • "The hacker community is getting really energized by the Y2K hype," warns one FBI cybersleuth.

    Getting Ready

  • The cybersleuth becomes a hero, gets celebrity media billing and pulls down book and movie deals reportedly worth $2 million.

    Is This Hacker Evil Or Merely Misunderstood?

  • There's a $100 to $1,000 prize for the first cybersleuth with the correct answer to the riddle, and a new contest every five days.

    Puzzle Pursuit

  • We're going to talk to the young cybersleuth, who found that profile and since been taken down.

    CNN Transcript Aug 7, 2007

  • Julian Sanchez, a Cato Institute staffer, is the cybersleuth who tracked Mary Rosh back to John Lott.

    Hullabaloo

  • Julian Sanchez, a Cato Institute staffer, is the cybersleuth who tracked Mary Rosh back to John Lott.

    Hullabaloo

  • Julian Sanchez, a Cato Institute staffer, is the cybersleuth who tracked Mary Rosh back to John Lott.

    Hullabaloo

  • If this proved to be the case, portions of the peculiar pathway itself might be detected by a cybersleuth, even if the ultimate message recipient remained unidentifiable, and we might be able to finger other corporate traitors and put them under surveillance.

    Perseus Spur

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