On Thu, 18 Apr 1996, Chris Carpenter wrote:
> My generation grew up with computers, and they become second nature.
> For a teen or pre-teen to have this computer awareness, and then read these
> tutorials, (s)he can "intuitively" begin to recognize security holes and
> things of that nature. With the wealth of information out there, it is hard
> (if you have the desire) to remain a "newbie hacker wannabe" for long....
Then again, there is the community of users who think 'hacking' is running
AOHell and getting free accounts, or those look for cool hacking programs, or
big dictionaries. These are the thorns on the net and are nothing more than a
nuisance. However, there is a giant leap from being a script puppie to being
security conscious. Its as if they dont *want* to learn.
From: Chris Carpenter <gt7746c @