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Defence against the Dark Arts
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Phishing, hacking and Internet based fraud are growing very quickly, not only in absolute numbers, but also in diversity and complexity. In this talk, we review contemporary Internet bank robbing, illustrating the scale of the activity, the technological arms race between attackers and defenders, and review some recent innovations and illuminating mistakes from each side.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.
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