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  • n. Vandalism carried out by means of computer technology, as for example the defacement of a website.


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cyber- +‎ vandalism


  • Assuming that the FBI intruders are pranksters and not genuine terrorists, the recent hack attack on the bureau is probably no more than a case of "cybervandalism," says former White House cybersecurity and counterterrorism adviser Roger Cressey, But, he adds, "there are a multitude of vulnerabilities that, if exploited, could have far more serious consequences."

    Terror Watch: Virtual Jihad

  • These attacks are simply nuisances -- "More cybervandalism than cyberterrorism," says George Kurtz, coauthor of "Hacking Exposed" and CEO of security consultant Foundstone, Inc.

    Terror's Next Target?

  • From the beginning, the PC has made cybervandalism too easy.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • I've spent another couple days this week away from my office at the OU, helping some colleagues agree the final structure and content of our new cybervandalism course, T187.

    Archive 2004-05-02


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