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Article Index

1. Introduction

2. Spamming and Hacking Defined

3. Defending Your Computer

4. Antivirus Programs

5. Firewall Programs

6. Avoiding Spammers and Hackers

7. Reporting Internet Crooks to Law Enforcement Agencies

8. Getting Illegal Spammers and Hackers Kicked Off the Internet

9. Finding a Spammer's ISP

10. Finding a Hacker's ISP

11. How to find the ISP for a specific IP address

12. Composing our Email Complaint

13. Article Conclusion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fighting Back Against Illegal Email Spammers, Internet Hackers, and other Web Thieves

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Article Summary and Conclusion

We began this article with a definition of spamming and hacking. Then we discussed how to defend your computer from spammers and hackers. Finally we went through the details of identifying spammers and hackers, and how to complain to ISPs and legal authorities.

Hopefully, now that you have a better understanding of spammers and hackers, you will be able to defend yourself and your computer from many types of illegal Internet activity. Some of you will be interested and knowledgeable enough to make attempts to fight back against the spammers and hackers.

I think the most important thing is to take some kind of action against the spammers and hackers. Don't believe that by ignoring spam or by using a firewall program that you have solved all your problems. Yes, you are probably safe from spammers and hackers, but you are doing nothing to make your family members and other relatives safe.

If everyone takes a little time to try to rid the Internet of thievery, it will be a safer, more productive place. Who knows? Someday maybe we will all be using our real email addresses again.

 

 

 

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