Theft and corporations

Nothing new really; corporate espionage is thriving and can be done in many ways: hacking, developing spywares, phishing with e-mail appearing genuine, and other legal (although ethical problematic) methods like Google hacking, i.e. using Google search features to obtain maximum information.
The interest of the article really lies in those factual descriptions of the different methods used. “Corporate espionage: Not if, but when” (12 March 2008)
http://resources.zdnet.co.uk/articles/features/0,1000002000,39365959,00.htm

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About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
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