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  • A Film Algorithm: Hacking A Computer System

    Hacking A Computer Systems A movie “Algorithm: The Hacker Movie,” illustrates a view of a hacker life and what he or she does because he or she doesn’t care about the privacy and laws. According to the movie, it shows that “The hackers live by one rule: information should be free and everything can be simplified and coded and understood as information” (Documentary Storm). By the statement, we can assume that, the hackers don’t live socially like other people do. They may not go for dates or…

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  • The Negative Consequences Of Hacking In The United States

    In this new generation computers are becoming more of a necessity. On the World Wide Web there are all kinds of obstacles people are faced with that can lead to favorable or vicious consequences. Hacking is steadily growing as a worry for many and this is why the United States has to slow it down at any cost. With identities, financial accounts and other private information being stolen daily, people are looking towards the government for protection. Over the years the government has spent…

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  • Hacking: The Cost Of Crime In The 21st Century

    of crime into crime that is based in the cyber world (cybercrime). One of these cybercrimes is hacking, since it has become a massive threat not just to the public and private sectors, but also to national security. With hacking becoming such a threat to…

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  • What Are The Five Steps Of The Hacking Process

    1. List the five (5) steps of the Hacking Process. a. Foot-printing, Enumeration, System Hacking, Covering Tracks, Planting Backdoors 2. In order to exploit or attack the targeted systems, what can you do as an initial first step to collect as much information as possible about the targets prior to devising an attack and penetration test plan? a. Foot-printing can be done as an initial first step to acquire as much information as possible on the victim’s system. 3. What applications and…

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  • How Does Hacking Affect Our Society

    problems that have been listed here are nothing to joke around about, this threat is the most real. “The first major hacking came in 1971, by a vietnam vet named John Draper” (“The History of Hacking”). He figured out a way to make free phone calls.” Since then, hacking communities have grown larger, hacking softwares have grown more complex, and the potential benefits of hacking have grown tremendously. Using a program called sub7, hackers can get access to information on your computer from…

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  • Vulnerabilities In Computer Security

    our life easier although it raises a question about vulnerabilities in the computer infrastructure. As the matter of fact, today’s modern lives tend to rely on computers to reach a quest where machines are assigned to reduce human effort. Computer hacking is defined as a threat, which poses to security as the practice of modifying the features of computer system. The issues arising from the computer security have drawn satisfactory attention to look for a way of solution to approach the problem…

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  • The Similarities And Differences Between Traditional Crime And Computer Crime

    This report will look in depth at the statement of weather or not hacking is a criminal activity. Firstly, looking at the definition of computer crime and identifying the correlations and differences between traditional crime and computer crime. Similarly looking at criminal activity and what criminal activity is. Also looking at hacking and how it is defined, before finally making a final critical opinion if ‘hacking is not a criminal activity’ or not and look at the law and legal issues that…

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  • Pursuing A Biology Class

    remained, a sort of cloud which is not so significant as to obscure the heavens in its totality, but at the same time blocks out the sun. In Ian Hacking’s 1981 essay “Do We See Through a Microscope”, Hacking explores the sort of concerns from which my cloud may have found its genesis. Specifically, Hacking explores the nature of the reliability of scientific experimentation with increasingly advanced experimental apparatuses through a discussion of microscopy, which he considers to be an…

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  • Cyber Security Issues Essay

    The internet’s expansion since its first communication between two computers back in 1969 has created many new opportunities for people across the globe. Modern day life relies on the usage of the internet, where it improves the lives of people by making it easier to communicate, speed up their work, and share with others. However, with great things comes great consequences. Although the internet helps expand people’s lives and experiences, how are they to protect such precious treasures? Back…

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  • Hacktivism Analysis

    Hacktivism is the act of hacking, or breaking into a computer system, for a politically or socially motivated purposes.The phrase “Hacktivism” originated in 1996 by a hacktivist grouped named “Cult of the Dead Cow” (Denning, 2015, para. 5). Over the last few years, computer hacking has transitioned from being a small collective of computer enthusiast, into huge political platform.The first politically motivated hacking attack has been dated as far as 1987 (Dreyfus, 1997, p.2). This platform has…

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