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    Black Hat Hacker

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    Do you know what a Hacker is? Everyone says that Hackers are these no-lifes, who break the law, and exploit the government, by releasing their data. Let 's get something clear okay, not all hackers are fucking evil, its only the Black Hat Hackers, they are the ones who have given hackers a bad name. Almost everyone in my school, in Castle Rock says "Your a terrorist Daniel", or "Your gonna screw everything up, your gonna destroy the internet". Seriously? I 'm not a bad person, I may be able to break the schools fire wall, and on occasion, Hack into the Pentagon, but I don 't do anything bad with it, I just hack the Pentagon, just to prove that I can. I 'm not an evil hacker, I 'm what is called a White Hat Hacker, what that means is that…

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    Black Hat Movie Analysis

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    In the movie Black Hat, Nicholas with the help of Captain Chen Dawai, his sister Chen Lien and FBI agent Barrett configures a way to find the perpetrators responsible for a nuclear plant explosion and the hackers that initiated a pump and dump scheme to the Mercantile Trade Exchange. Throughout the duration of the movie, the characters find themselves traveling all over the globe trying to find the persons responsible for these series of serious offenses. However, they find themselves facing…

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    6 Thinking Hats Personal Narrative “GOD’S NOT DEAD HE’S SURELY ALIVE!”, I sing along with my church. I go to Mission Community Church where we say, “Do justice. Love mercy. Walk humbly,” based off of Micah 6:8 in the Bible. I have been at Mission for 2.5 years. The current Pastor, Joel Thomas, is not teaching straight from the Bible and is not clear on his teachings. He also focuses too much on grace. My family is contemplating whether or not to stay at Mission. I will be using the…

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    The first hat is blue which represents process oriented person. Next, the white hat represents person is who likes to focus on issues. The red hat is based on someone who relies on feelings. The gray hat is for a person who is collaborative. The yellow hat looks at the benefits of the situations. Lastly, the black hat is the cautious one that looks at the impacts of a given scenario. Overall, when you are in a meeting people you feel find that they stick with one hat. In order to have people not…

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    For numerous people logging onto the Internet is as routine as putting on a pair of clean underwear everyday. People take it for granted without realizing what is actually going on. Everytime you log on to the world wide web, you are risking your computer to numerous viruses, spyware, and adware programs. Many people dont realize that over ninety percent of computers today are infected with some form of virus or spyware. It is usually to late for people to do anything by the time they realize…

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    Barett's Digital Gods

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    Digital Gods Barett lives in a nice house, considering the fact that he steals his income. His wife and children live with him, not knowing about who he truly is. They always knew that he was good with computers but they never could comprehend how good. He lives in this house. The house with the circular door and the televators that responded to voice commands. The nuclear-powered watt-wave, oven, and other kitchen appliances. The house that little children envied as they walked home…

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    ‘Stormbreaker’ by Anthony Horowitz is a novel of spy fiction and is evidently an adequate example of spy fiction for many reasons. Some of which include: The protagonist’s gadgets, the revelation of the antagonist’s entire master plan, and the protagonist saving the day with mere moments to spare. In Horowitz’s novel of spy fiction contains many gadgets unique to his novel, as Alex Rider’s gadgets may appear to be ordinary products and items a teenage boy would own, like most spy’s gadgets are,…

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    Without it, how else will an organization know what their weaknesses are and what they can do to improve their defenses? As mentioned previously, Deerman (2012) found that there are three main phases of the malware lifecycle. Through the good intentions of implementing white hat hacking, an organization will be able to clearly see the vulnerabilities in their system and where attackers will most likely hit first. Understanding the offensive and defensive perspectives of the malware lifecycle…

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    fortune from their acts and are a “gray” area of the law, because they are still technically break the law. Fame hackers hack to become the best of the best and want the recognition from the hacker community. They are able to gain this fame by the amount of damage they are able to cause and the hacking programs they make and share with the community. They are also know shun the profit drive hackers who work for the big corporations, since they view the big corporations as the bad guys for not…

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    Hacking Vs Hackers

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    What do you think when you hear the word hacking and hackers? Despite what people may think, hacking isn’t always a problem. In the two articles I have read, the difference between good hackers and bad hackers is explained. “Hacking and Hackers” (Article 1) and “Good Hackers, Bad Hackers. What’s the Difference?:The Difference between Destruction and Protection” (Article 2) differentiate between length, the sources, and the examples each article provides, yet are similar in that they to the same…

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