Being a hacker has evolved through the centuries. Recent past indicates a hacker as a person that gets into the system of a company or individual in order to obtain information, or to damage the computer. However, in Steven Levy’s text, he indicates a hacker as someone who is trying to push the limits farther, as being a visionary or adventurer. What Steven tried to accomplish was to bring forward the contributions that these innovators laid the foundation for. He was not trying to tell the…
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Are you a Boy or Girl?:
I Am male.
What country do you live in?:
Do you have a YouTube or Twitch channel?:
Do you have a microphone/headset?:
Yes i do.
Why do you want this rank?:
i joined opcraft like more than year ago and i have played non-stop and have never thought about leaving, i am always on forums and many people have said i should re-apply for staff, so now im making my new application. there are many…
Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution is a book written by Steven Levy about the early days and what he defined as “True Hackers”. This book starts off talking about the Tech Model Railroad Club in the 1950s all the way to the “Gamer Hackers” of the 1980s. It describes the different equipment that was used during the periods, the skills of the hackers, and the reasons they either became hackers or was interested in computers. Hackers in today’s society are not the same as in the 1950s.
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same year, the government of Tunisia website was hacked because of the censorship of WikiLeaks documents and the Tunisian Revolution. Anonymous DDoS attacks have to lead to a huge uprising in internet activism among Tunisians that were against the government. Anon successfully did eight attacks on the websites and police started arresting online activists & other bloggers for questioning about the attacks. This operation was called "Operation Tunisia." Their next attack happened during the 2011…