High Profile Victims of 419 Frauds – Amin George Forji summarizes high profile 419 frauds for OhmyNews International
- Mary Winkler who eventually shot her pastor husband
- David Maka who was taken to court by his best frends
- Lawyer Knovack Jones who got into stealing
and many more
The Guardian Unlimited Money explains why internet crime has grown more lucrative than the drug trade.
The book is aimed at spouses who suspect their husbands having an affair online (and f2f, probably). “Cyber Lies: When Finding the Truth Matters” is a 201-page handbook aimed specifically at helping computer nonliterate spouses who suspect their partners are using the household PC to cheat on them. It is written by John Paul Lucich, a computer forensics expert who specializes in computer security and corporate fraud cases.
Read a review of the book here at Asbury Park Press Online
So much of the information contained in this book — essentially the whole second part — is a basic technical manual for navigating computer files and cell-phone memories and determining how they’ve been used. There are instructions for tracking back e-mail addresses, and uncovering cached information from Web-based message boards. So it could be useful for any other traces you want to find on a computer…
The UK’s Serious Organised Crime Agency misses the opportunity to highlight the scale of cybercrime in its first report, www.itvoices.com reports