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Re: How to catch a cracker in the US?
From: Larry Sheldon <LarrySheldon () cox net>
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2014 21:15:36 -0500
On 3/17/2014 9:10 PM, shawn wilson wrote:
The point is that 'computer security' involves innovation as much as
is done at hacker spaces (which can be geared to hardware or computer
security or whatever). I think the difference you're trying to argue
is the legality and not the task or process. I think calling the
illegal form of the study of computer security "cracking", the legal
form "hacking" and people who are "cracking" who don't know what
they're doing "script kiddies" is irrelevant, useless, and causes
useless debates (that I started) like this.
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Re: How to catch a cracker in the US? William Herrin (Mar 12)
Re: How to catch a cracker in the US? Jimmy Hess (Mar 13)
Re: How to catch a cracker in the US? Keegan Holley (Mar 13)
Re: How to catch a cracker in the US? Anne P. Mitchell, Esq. (Mar 13)