On-line Activities , Guardianship , and Malware Infection : An Examination of Routine Activities Theory

@inproceedings{Bossler2010OnlineA,
  title={On-line Activities , Guardianship , and Malware Infection : An Examination of Routine Activities Theory},
  author={Adam M. Bossler and Thomas J. Holt},
  year={2010}
}
Malicious software, such as viruses and Trojan horse programs, can automate a variety of attacks for criminals and is partially responsible for the global increase in cybercrime. Criminology, however, has been slow to explore the theoretical causes and correlates of malware victimization. This study uses a routine activities framework to explore data loss… CONTINUE READING

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