Detecting Deception in the context of Web 2 . 0

@inproceedings{Thompson2007DetectingDI,
  title={Detecting Deception in the context of Web 2 . 0},
  author={Paul Thompson and Annarita Giani},
  year={2007}
}
Cybenko et al. [1] introduced the concept of cognitive hacking and described several countermeasures for defending against cognitive hacking. Cognitive hacking was defined as a disinformation attack on the mind of the end user of a networked computer system, e.g., a computer connected to the Internet. Cognitive hacking is a type of semantic attack as defined by Libicki, who described computer network attacks as being physical, syntactic, and semantic [6]. Cybenko et al. narrowed Libicki’s focus… CONTINUE READING