Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) July 3, 2009
Identity theft expert Karlos Krinklebine and eFraudOnline.com has announced the release of his introductory book, "Hacking Wall Street: Attacks and Countermeasures", a fascinating look into the world of hackers and how they are affecting America's financial system from individuals to corporations to Wall Street.
The statistics regarding hackers violating companies and individuals are mind boggling: The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) estimates that identity theft costs consumers $50 billion annually. Approximately half a million computers are infected by hacker bots every day, and 11 percent of computers worldwide have become a part of criminal botnets, according to data compiled by PandaLabs. Perhaps most scary of all, an estimated 9.9 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2008, up 22 percent from 2007. And the numbers go on and on.
"Hacking Wall Street: Attacks and Countermeasures" gives the most in depth look to date into the world of the new generation cyber criminal. It gives detailed descriptions of modern phishing toolkits, Trojans, pump and dump schemes and advanced malware distribution systems.
Follow Krinklebine on a trip through the cyber criminal underground and understand how they find and attack a broad array of chinks that exist in even the most sophisticated security networks of today's largest companies, as well as ordinary individuals, IT security armor.
Krinklebine even goes beyond the criminal mind and into the law enforcement side and shows preventive measures of how to deal with one of the most fascinating, and dangerous, group of felons today.
Hacking Wall Street: Attacks and Countermeasures
By Karlos Krinklebine
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