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ID number:867533
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Published: 26.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 7 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
1.  Introduction    3
2.  Start    4
  What is hacking?    4
  What is phreaking?    5
  I'm a newbie, how do I get started?    6
  Hacker Ethics    7
  Computer Police    8
  Breaking cyphers/passwords    9
3.  Hackers Crimi    10
4.  Hackers Links    17
  Code Hacking links    17
  General Hacking links    17
5.  Conclusion    19
6.  Bibliography    20
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What is hacking?
Hacking is the act of penetrating a closed computer system for the knowledge and information that is contained within. Through the study of technology and computers a hacker can open his mind and expand his knowledge. Hacking is intended to free information and expand minds, not to be destructive nor for material gain. Although there is always some debate because of how the term hacker has been both glorified and undermined by common media, but most will say that those who destroy data, hack for money or with illegal intent should be referred to as crackers, not hackers.
Hacking code is the art of making changes to software after it has be compiled. This is done for many reasons, some legal some not. Generally when you hack code it is because you want it to do something it was not intended to do, like adding a feature. Or maybe stop it from doing something it was designed to do, like needing a password to run. Sometimes it is just for fun.

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