Cracking cybercrime

Radcliff, Deborah
October 1998
Network World;10/26/98, Vol. 15 Issue 43, p54
Trade Publication
Provides tips on how to handle evidence for crimes committed via computer in the United States. Performance of a mirror image backup prior to running a computer; Check on computer viruses; Transportation of computers with care; Not asking for the computer owner's help.


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