Tech Company Spreads the Word on Computer Crime

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The Cyber Group Network Corp., Colton, CA, this month plans to ship 20,000 copies of its Hi-Tech Hustler Research CD through its subsidiary CyberCrime Corp. to universities, law enforcement agencies, Internet-based companies and multinational hi-tech businesses.


The CD details more than 500 programs used by industry spies to corrode and infect entire networks.


The CD also provides video clips and audio seminars from industry consultants that include: an encryption technology preview; firewall penetration; testing service denials; and preventative sequence number attacks. Issues such as data security, threat identification, breach of communication systems and counter measures are also addressed.


The CD features a greeting designed to inform consumers of potential cyber risk factors and of statistical evidence regarding fraud, corruption and sabotage committed by hackers.
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