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The most fundamental meaning of hacking is gaining unauthorized access to data in a system or computer.
Hacking is exploiting security controls either in a technical, physical or a human-based element. ~ Kevin Mitnick
However, the word “hacking” has two definitions. The first definition refers to the hobby/profession of working with computers. The second definition refers to modifies computer hardware or software in a way that changes the reator’s original intent.
It is the art of exploiting computers to get access to otherwise unauthorized information. Now that the world is using IT systems to gather, store and manipulate important information there is also a need to make sure that data is secure. However, no system is without is problems. Holes are often present within security systems which, if exploited, allow hackers to gain access to this otherwise restricted information.
Computer Hackers have been around for so many years. Since the Computer and Internet became widely used in the World, We have started to hear more and more about hacking.
As the word ‘Hacking’ has two meaning, so the word ‘Hacker’ is a word that has two meanings:
Traditionally, a Hacker is someone who likes to play with Software or Electronic Systems. Hackers enjoy Exploring and Learning how Computer systems operate. They love discovering new ways to work electronically.
Recently, Hacker has taken on a new meaning that someone who finds weaknesses in a computer or computer network, though the term can also refer to someone with an advanced understanding of computers and computer networks.
Normally, Hackers are people who try to gain unauthorized access to your computer. With controversy, the term hacker is reclaimed by computer programmers who argue that someone breaking into computers is better called a cracker, not making a difference between computer criminals (black hats) and computer security experts (white hats). Some white hat hackers claim that they also deserve the title hacker, and that only black hats should be called crackers.
If hackers, if anyone committing a criminal act, wants to reduce their risk, they obviously don’t involve anybody else. The greater the circle of people that know what you’re doing, the higher the risk. ~ Kevin Mitnick
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