Definition of cybercrook in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈsʌɪbəkrʊk/


A person who commits criminal activities by means of computers or the Internet; a cybercriminal: a wireless network set up by cybercrooks to capture any personal and financial information you send over it
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  • Indeed, today's cybercrooks are becoming ever more tightly organized.
  • Recognizing that relying on security software isn't enough and that catching cybercrooks is vital, private companies often hand over data willingly rather than only when subpoenaed.
  • Of course, just as technology changes, cybercrooks change their tactics.

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