The Secret History of Hacking (2001)

"A hacker is a brilliantly devious criminal mind breaking the world's most secret IT systems for money or political espionage, if you believe many similarly hysterical press reports. In fact, the truth is a lot more intriguing. The Secret History of Hacking uncovered the real story of a counter culture that has corporate America on the run."

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#3 - toy story 2 - 05/12/2012 - 06:27
So what about the diffence between hacking and cracking or black vs. white hat?
There's nothing wrong with understanding or exploiting systems by creative use as long as you own them or are authorized to use and exploit them.

Hacking in itself is definitely not a crime but a virtue!

Nowadays there are more hackers than ever before with lots of them earning their living by doing it. I know what I'm talking about because I am one of them.

Hacking is a way thinking, a way of approaching problems.
Hacking is finding elegant solutions for complex problems by creative use of the tools at hand. Hacking is finding the weak spot, not so much of foreign systems, but of any obstacle standing in your way to solving a given problem.

To answer the question in Comment #1:
There is no such thing as a "hacking secret". Hacking is not about asking for ideas and more (but still only marginally) about YOU passing them on to others. It's primarily about HAVING ideas no one ever had before.

There's a great manual to becoming a hacker online: "How To Become A Hacker".
#2 - some (pseudo-)anonymous hacker - 11/21/2010 - 08:06
interested to know hacking secret plz give ideas
#1 - sudharsan - 09/06/2010 - 21:45
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