Machine tool theft and the theft of intellectual property are among the most prevalent criminal enterprises.
The theft of computer systems and network equipment is a common business model for many criminal enterprises in the digital economy.
The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) and the National Crime Agency (NCA) are jointly conducting an inquiry into the issue.
This report examines some of the tools, tools and processes that are commonly used to steal intellectual property, and identifies the most common ways in which they are being used.
Aftab Software, a Sydney-based software company, was recently identified by the Australian Financial Protection Authority as the most sophisticated online fraudster.
According to the AFSA, Aftaba is the company behind a series of tools used to “scrape” bank accounts, websites, and other online platforms.
AFTAB’s latest tool, which was discovered in January, is called RoboCrawler.
RoboCrawl is a malware-laden, open-source, “scraping” program.
The software uses the Google Chrome browser to scrape data from websites, then downloads and executes it, taking it from a user’s computer and transferring it to the computer of the attacker.
In this case, the malware downloads the user’s account details, then extracts the email addresses of all the email accounts of the account holder, including any contact information.
The account holder can then use this information to obtain a full copy of the email account details.
This is known as a “cloud capture” technique.
AFA’s forensic team has previously uncovered the use of RoboCrawlers in the UK.
According a report by the National Cybercrime Unit, in December, a man in the town of Hove in the West Midlands stole more than 500,000 personal financial records and bank accounts from over 200 banks.
In April, two men were convicted for stealing bank accounts and account details from more than 200 UK banks.
RoboClaws is a collection of tools that are capable of stealing information from the files on a user machine, including the contents of web pages.
The RoboClaw tools are designed to be used by individuals, but can be used to hack computers.
The tools are distributed as free or paid versions, and are sold by several vendors.
The first version, RoboClawk, was developed in 2015 and is marketed by the security firm Palo Alto Networks.
RoboCrack is another tool designed to steal personal financial information.
RoboCyber is another collection of programs that can steal data from a website or network, including account details and contact information, as well as access to online banking and other financial services.
The most common type of RoboClover is called CyberClaw, which is designed to capture the login information and passwords of a user.
CyberClaws can be downloaded for free or for a nominal fee from the company, which sells it as a free product.
RoboRocker is another free tool, and is also designed to target banking accounts and credit card information.
In addition to these tools, the AFA found that a company called CryptoCracker is also used to target banks, and that its software is being used to perform bank transactions on behalf of a cyber criminal.
In a statement, AFTSA chief executive and deputy chairman, Mark Taylor, said: “The use of these tools by cyber criminals to conduct business and steal financial information is a serious concern and one we need to be aware of.”
The AFSAC report also highlighted the increasing prevalence of malware on the internet, including ransomware, worm-based infections and botnets.
According the report, a recent study by the University of Ottawa found that one in five of all Australian banks had been hit by malware in the past six months.
RoboHole is an open-sourced, browser-based program that scans webpages for malware.
RoboLocker is a software package that automatically searches for malware in websites and installs it.
RoboSnatch is a tool designed by RoboHook to intercept and extract data from files and directories on a computer.
RoboSpy is a program that can scan a website for viruses and spyware.
RoboThreatScan is a free tool that scans the web for malware and other malicious software.
RoboDroid is a third-party scanner that scans a computer for software vulnerabilities and malicious files on it.
CyberSpy and RoboClipper are free tools that scan websites for malicious files and download them onto a computer, then execute them.
These programs are sold to individuals or businesses for personal use.
These tools are used to conduct online financial transactions.
RoboKiller is a piece of malware developed by the U.S. National Security Agency.
CyberThreats Scanner is a popular open- source software that scans websites for threats and then downloads them onto computers.
RoboShredder is a file-analysis tool.
RoboLock is a ransomware tool that is sold for $19.99.
RoboPoop is a web-based tool