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Software Piracy Exposed



This book is about software piracy–what it is and how it’s done. Stealing software is not to be condoned, and theft of intellectual property and copyright infringement are serious matters, but it’s totally unrealistic to pretend that it doesn’t happen. Software piracy has reached epidemic proportions. Many computer users know this, the software companies know this, and once you’ve read the Introduction to this book, you’ll understand why. Seeing how widespread software piracy is, learning…


Software Piracy Exposed

Pub Date : 2005-10-07 | Author : Ron Honick | Publisher : Elsevier

ISBN 10 : 0080489737
ISBN 13 : 9780080489735

This book is about software piracy--what it is and how it's done. Stealing software is not to be condoned, and theft of intellectual property and copyright infringement are serious..



Combating Spyware In The Enterprise

Pub Date : 2006-08-04 | Author : Paul Piccard | Publisher : Elsevier

ISBN 10 : 0080502229
ISBN 13 : 9780080502229

Combating Spyware in the Enterprise is the first book published on defending enterprise networks from increasingly sophisticated and malicious spyware. Combating Spyware in the Ent..


Investigating Child Exploitation And Pornography

Pub Date : 2005 | Author : Monique Mattei Ferraro | Publisher : Academic Press

ISBN 10 : 9780121631055
ISBN 13 : 0121631052

Crime scenes associated with child sexual exploitation and trafficking in child pornography were once limited to physical locations such as school playgrounds, church vestibules, t..



Phishing Exposed

Pub Date : 2005-11-21 | Author : Lance James | Publisher : Elsevier

ISBN 10 : 0080489532
ISBN 13 : 9780080489537

Phishing Exposed unveils the techniques phishers employ that enable them to successfully commit fraudulent acts against the global financial industry. Also highlights the motivatio..


Perfect Password

Pub Date : 2006-01-09 | Author : Mark Burnett | Publisher : Elsevier

ISBN 10 : 0080489516
ISBN 13 : 9780080489513

User passwords are the keys to the network kingdom, yet most users choose overly simplistic passwords (like password) that anyone could guess, while system administrators demand im..


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