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Can computer crime be stopped? The proliferation of microcomputers in today's information society has brought with it new problems in protecting both computer systems and their resident intelligence

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The various aspects of computer crime are discussed from the viewpoint of the vulnerability of computer systems to information destruction, data diddling, theft of service, browsing, and theft of information. Also discussed are various methods to limit or reduce vulnerability to these types of attack.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 5 )