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CyberCrime

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Transcript of CyberCrime

Fraud
Fraud is a crime that lots of people commit. Buisness owners may sometimes pretend that they have had a break in and have lost items. Insurance companies fund or help people who have purchase their insurance. Making a false claim to this would be fraud. Fraud can happen everywhere as it doesn't involve going to certain places, it just requires having a possession.
People often commit fraud to afford bills and make money.
Insurance companies try to prevent fraud by asking for proof before funding insured people.
The most common victim of fraud is the insurance companies. As a consequence of fraud, insurance companies lose their profits and begin to lose money and therefor struggle to look after their families or have to get a new job.
Fraud can be detected by CCTV footage that watch people or government spying.
Cyber-Crime
Cyber Crime By Thomas Murphy

In this presentation, you will see many crimes that can occur on computers and other electronic devices that humans use today.
Trolling
Identity Theft
Identity theft it a serious crime that involves the criminal to pretend to be someone else. For example, a criminal may log into a bank account using someone's pin that they have watched them type in. The criminal could use this to steal lots of money. The criminal often leaves the victim with no money and the panic of realizes that they have been stolen from.
Luckily, today, we have lots of technology and methods to prevent identity theft. For example, items such as passports have photos on so only the person in the photo may use it.
Criminals get sent to prison for an extra 5 years if they commit identity theft in an act of terrorism. Fines can go up to $100000 USD!

To prevent identity theft, I would recommend constantly looking around you when withdrawing money out of the bank.
Hacking
Hacking is a common crime that criminals make a large amount of money using people's details. They often use special codes that can bypass secured applications and get onto accounts and games.
There are anti viruses and internet protections that can block codes and give you advice on what a good password can be. For example a hacker could guess a password like 1234.
To hack it would require a good skill in coding and the ability to predict what someone's password is. The most common motive for hacking is often to make money.
Hackers can sometimes be caught by tracking locations of the hacker using IP or global satellites. For example some email websites give you the country of the console that has hacked you.
The common punishment for a hacker is to be fined or jailed. The length or amount is varied depending on the amount of victims and how bad the hack was.
A victim of a hack would be shocked at the sight of someone being on their account as they can see all of your details and deceive your friends. Victims often would have lost money and struggle to buy things and have a bad reputation if a hacker has been posting things in their name.
Viruses
Viruses are common. Nobody likes them. A virus is simply there to cause a malfunction to a device. Criminals upload viruses into common downloads that activate when the computer functions the 'infected file.' An infected file is a file that has received a virus. Viruses can have a terrible on the victim. The victim's device may have a few lag problem or could cause the computer's function to break and cause the computer console to be permanently dis-functional. The criminal can use viruses to create adverts so they can make money. However, if the criminal is caught, they may receive a punishment such a massive fine for thousands of £s or sent to prison for several years.
There are many ways to prevent viruses. For example, Google Chrome has a secure download option that refuses to download a file unless the user has told it to. There are also applications that scan websites and computer files. These are known as Anti-Viruses. AVG and Norton are Anti-Viruses
Phishing

In the world today, there are many pedophiles and criminals who go around searching for people's info for bad purposes. Asking for someone's age can be an act of Phishing. This is often found on online games for ages 13+ This is because teenagers are allowed to go on games where people may mis-behave or show immature content. As teenagers aren't as intelligent as most adults, they can easily be fooled into thinking they have won something. The victim of Phishing could be given a bad reputation from the 'Phisher' or they could even be bullied/harassed by the Phisher. The best way to prevent Phishing is to report a question asked from an online player/website to an adult.

Personally, I would remain silent or lie to a question asked about me.
This video is about Cyber Crime!
I did no make this video but it helps!
Trolling is one of the most common crimes that can be found on the internet. Trolling is a crime that we see on lots of website and online games. Someone stating that they are a six year old in school when they are a thirty-seven year old adult on a 12+ up game can be classed as trolling. Trolling is similar to scam so for example, if there is a website that says "download free Microsoft Office here" and gives you a picture of a troll face with a virus code can be a very devastating and terrible crime. Trolls fool people around and cause issues whilst the criminal is having a good time making fun out of people. The criminal may be punished differently depending on how they troll.

Even I get trolled a lot, not all of them are for serious crimes as some are just jokes that people post.
Malware
A Malware is a type of computer virus. It can also be called Malicious Software. The most common way of receiving a Malware is from codes and scripts sent by emails or downloads. Certain Malwares are designed to ruin computers and make them malfunction.
For example, a company may email a script to your account that would automatically search for all your contacts and send a website link out to everyone. They do this by bypassing the email companies' protection.
Malwares often leave a bad effect on the victim. For example, a spam email could annoy friends and make them fall out. Links and advertisements may also come up on the victim's computer, making it use lots of CPU and memory as well as annoying the user.
The person sending the Malware may be after customers for their company or just want to troll people.
There is no specific punishment for Malware as it can be found in different forms. This is because there are different outcomes of Malware that have big differences.
Evaluation
Peer Evaluation
I made my Prezi into a tablet theme because it relates to the topic which is Cyber-Crime.

I have used a blue colour scheme because it is bright and stands out.

I have used pictures that match each example of Cyber-Crime so it is relevant.
This Prezi was good because: You added lots of information and detail.
You also worked independantly.

To improve:
By adding more types of Cyber-Crime.
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