cybersleuth

cybersleuth

(1) A person who searches the Internet for information about a company, both positive and negative, to keep abreast of public opinion. All Internet facilities are used, including the Web, newsgroups and chat rooms.

(2) A person who does any kind of detective work using the Internet.
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Last year, cybersleuth Matt Drudge uncovered the Clinton scandal to kick off the year.
A case reported in The New York Times on February 16, 1995, tells of a superhacker tracked down by a cybersleuth (see sidebar).
The good news: The suspected hacker was identified and caught, thanks to some mistakes he made and the efforts of Shimomura, who turned cybersleuth, working with the FBI and others to track down the intruder.
Security CyberSleuth is a notification service that allows users to enter as many as five sets of query keywords and up to six Web site addresses to be searched on a regular basis (the user can specify how often, from 1 to 30 days).
Even if you delete your e-mails, you can never, never hide them from a savvy cybersleuth.
Any parent who is willing to become an amateur cybersleuth can fairly easily learn where their kids have been while they were on the Internet," says Feldman.
Founded by world-renowned cybersleuth Joan Feldman, CFI pioneered the fields of electronic media discovery and electronic risk control in the early 1990s.
Founded by world-renowned cybersleuth Feldman, CFI pioneered the fields of electronic media discovery and electronic risk control in the early 1990s.
Founded by world-renowned cybersleuth Joan Feldman, Seattle-based Computer Forensics Inc.
In The Cybersleuths Guide to the Internet, now in its 14th edition, authors Carole A.