Cybercrime and Politics
by Zulfikar Ramzan - Monday, 4 August 2008.
As campaigns increasingly look to the Internet as a tool for gathering support, the inherent risks that follow must also be considered. From domain name abuses to phishing, hacking and other security threats, the risks of online advocacy must be understood by election campaigns so that the necessary precautions can be put in place to protect against them. By keeping a vigilant watch on cyber activities, candidates, their campaigns and voters can help maintain a dynamic yet reliable election process.

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101,000 US taxpayers affected by automated attack on IRS app

The IRS has revealed more details about an attack it suffered last month, mounted by unknown individuals with the aim to file fraudulent tax returns and funnel the returned money to their own bank accounts.


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