Definition Edit

Cyberhooliganism is a

criminal action against the computer system that lead[s] to the denial of service, system destruction, website deface, stealing user's private mail etc.[1]

Overview Edit

"Cyberhooliganism can be part of a cyberterrorist's action, can also be a job of so called script-kiddie (a person, who takes ready to use "hacking" software created by someone else and runs it against a computer system). Cyberhooliganism is essentially nonviolent, can cause financial losses."[2]

References Edit

  1. How to Prevent and Fight International and Domestic Cyberterrorism and Cyberhooliganism, at 2.
  2. Id.