What is hACKINg????

My equation of hacking is

knowledge + art + curiosity = hacking

knowledge: about computers, web, programming languages.

art: making new techniques  to get into beat your victim.

curiosity: he want to know about all the things.curious to learn new things.and he never give up while solving a problem.

Hacking is not that thing which u can learn in some time.

What is hacking?

While there are many definitions of hacking, a general definition is to modify something to make it work for you. For computers, hacking includes fixing programs until they work. Also, hacking includes modifying the computer hardware to make it work better or tuned to the person’s wishes. The type of hacking that the media discusses includes breaking into secure systems to determine their weaknesses and to explore them. However, the media only points out the malicious uses for breaking into systems.

Black Hats, White Hats, Crackers and Phreakers

What do these terms have in common? They’re all terms used by hackers to describe hackers. Just like in typical cowboy fashion, the “white hats” are the good guys and the “black hats” are the bad guys. Although the lines are blurred greatly when it comes to hacking. The “White hats” are security experts who try to find the vulnerabilities in programs and systems, and report them to the manufacturers. They would be considered “ethical hackers” because they either have authorization to break into the system or program, or they do so with the intent of assisting the manufacturer in securing them. The “Black Hats” are the ones who are trying to find those same vulnerabilities and exploit them. “Cracker” is another term for the Black Hat hackers, usually referring to the creation of software cracks to bypass anti-piracy methods. A “Phreaker” is a person who hacks into telecommunications services.


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