A Censorious Interpretation of Cyber Theft and its Footprints

V. Smirthy Singh*, Doreen Robin D.**, C. R. Rene Robin***
*Department of Physics, Shrimathi Devkunvar Nanalal Bhatt Vaishnav College for Women, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
**Computational Intelligence Research Foundation (CIRF), Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
***Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Sri Sairam Engineering College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Periodicity:January - March'2023
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jit.12.1.19394


Cybercrime is a type of crime that steals information from an owner and uses it for criminal purposes. There are other types of theft related to this crime, including identity theft, data theft, and deep fakes. This study provides a detailed analysis of cybercrime. The world has become more advanced in communication, especially after the invention of the internet, which provides a feasible environment for online dealings such as e-shopping, internet banking, and online payments. Although progress has been made to enhance innovation and development, there is a high risk of cybercrime worldwide. It has had a significant impact on digital platforms, adding both positives and negatives to global networking systems. Internet technology has been used by a few people for criminal activities, such as unauthorized access to networks and scams. These criminal activities or offences related to the internet, referred to as cybercrimes, are discussed in this paper.


Cybercrime, Cyber-Theft, Internet, Unauthorized Access, Desired Attacks, Law of Web.

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Singh, V. S., Robin, D. D., and Robin, C. R. R. (2023). A Censorious Interpretation of Cyber Theft and its Footprints. i-manager’s Journal on Information Technology, 12(1), 23-31. https://doi.org/10.26634/jit.12.1.19394


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