Service of Magharebia
By: Azzeddine Bensouiah
Cyber crime is growing in Algeria, thanks to the ease of internet access and the legal vacuum regarding the protection of personal data on the web.
The anonymity of the… more
By: Basma Chérifi
Cybercrime requires constant vigilance. Even if e-governance, e-banking and e-commerce are still in their embryonic stages, it is important for Algeria to protect itself before it is too late.
By: Monia Ghanmi
Tunisian Asma Ellouz, 22, is still reeling from a recent cyber-attack.
Her life changed, she said, when a hacker gained access to her e-mail and published all her letters and… more
By: Rachid Jankari
The threat of cybercrime has become an integral part of the daily lives of individuals, businesses and government agencies in Morocco.
Every day, news websites and social networks report attacks… more
9 months ago
These are the wars of the future. In one day, a state is going to wake up with all its computers corrupted because of viruses, and hacking, as it happened between Israel and Iran. We Moroccans we have no fears, if the state uses Moroccan technicians, like the ones in Darb Ghallaf, in a rational way. But as far as I can tell if we continue on this path there are no wise people in Morocco who put the interest of the nation above all else. It seems now that everyone is corrupt, O ALLAH protect us
Salafists, they ******* me, those fanatics who have nothing to do with Islam, they should try to understand our noble religion’s goals. These ******** defiled Islam, to hell with them, God willing. They are the ones who set the Arab world on fire, North Africa is not Afghanistan.
9 months ago
The pilot experience in the influential role of the Internet in the success of the revolutions of the Arab spring via social networking. If we exclude this active role, we will find a poor and immoral use, done by many over the internet. You can look at Facebook and see the written absurdities, that reflect the level of intellectual decadence and shameful employment of this wonderful gift to humanity in deepening the wounds between the members of one nation. And if so, why give importance to piracy as if we are people who rely on the Internet for communication, commerce and shopping? There is no difference between the thief and the stolen goods! We are all pirates of intellect and future. We still have much to do to put our feet on the road to civilization. Thanks to Zawaya
9 months ago
Cybercrime exists in the Maghreb, although e-government, e-banking services, and e-commerce are still in their primary stages.
The answer is: Yes! Cybercrime is a growing threat in Algeria, since we (in the civil arena) are the SHEEP of the Maghreb, while Morocco and Tunisia are the WOLVES, as “hackers” are mainly from there! It is mainly “southern” people from the Sahara who are active on this front (stealing passwords, bank accounts, etc…)!
Yes, I think so because the virtual or imaginary worlds have become a reality, negatively and greatly impacting the Arab world.
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