Some criminals attempt to”justify” their thieving propensities by suggesting they don’t take large valued merchandise, or they do it to”test” the other’s cyber system. The inference of course is that they are somehow benign. Criminals typically attempt to ruse their law enforcement detractors, or any other individual who questions what they’re doing. They rationalize their thefts are non-violent and restricted to smaller amounts of dollar losses, for that the things can easily be replaced. Their matter-of-fact justifications do not justify the unlawful taking of someone else’s personal or business property. They’re still offenders none the less and a breach of safety implies a contravention of regulations.
For the net hoodlum working in cyber space, their believing plays an intriguing con game, which they later rationalize and excuse because some”noble cause”. Bottom-line though, they’re criminals like their non-virtual counterparts. When caught, they formulate all kinds of excuses and complain about their”victimization”. One wonders, when they sit there all day in front of their computers, what part of the anatomy are they playing most of the time? Some of these thieves attempt to plot us with inventive criminality, such as”ransomware”, email approaches, credit card scams and other intrusive losses. The list of forms of strikes is endless, as is the maliciousness supporting the various illicit efforts for unmerited personal gain. Criminals no matter where they operate do this in a self-indulgent fire to misuse and abuse other people for personal purposes.Continue reading