>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.
I agree, the net is full of people who consider themselves 3133+ and
|<-R4|). They are the ones who not only D/L viruses but use them
maliciously. They abuse (for lack of a better word) scripts and code in the
same fashion. Lucky for the computing communiry that although most hackers
can be dangerous, they usually are just on a quest for information.
Georgia Institute of Technology
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