Cyber Theft (60 Minutes)

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Cyber theft
Cyber theft Screenshot
Format Video (TV)
Genre Documentary
Origin USA
Language English
Release Date 2002
Running Time 12 min
Created by NA
Directed by Ray Martin
Produced by Cliff Neville
Written by NA
Screenplay by NA
Distributed by Channel 9
Narrated by NA
Starring NA
Music by NA
Cinematography by NA
Edited by NA
Production Company Channel 9
Location(s) Various
Original Channel NA
Additional Information
Based on NA
Topics Technology, Computers, Hacking
Follows NA
Precedes NA
Associated Video NA
Website (defunct)

Cyber theft is a documentary on cyber crime from Microsoft's Channel 9.


If you have a computer at home or at work, you are at risk. No-one is safe anymore. As you're about to discover, cyber theft is so easy it's terrifying.

As big business and big government become cleverer at protecting their computer systems, increasingly it's ordinary people who are being targeted.

Confidential files, bank accounts, e-mails, your secrets, your life — all have become the playthings of the hacker.

They can steal from you, eavesdrop on you and, for those with a camera on their computer, they can even watch you. As Ray Martin reports, what's worse is that you may never know.


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