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Teenager has written a book on hacking

 
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Look at this link http://in.tech.yahoo.com/010726/64/11y74.html http://hackingtruths.box.sk
 
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Wow, a teenage hacker. Now thats news.
 
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not so surprising though.
indian hackers (70 % teens) fight the G-force (pakistani hacker group)
 
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Is there anyone that still understands a difference between a hacker and a cracker? ... or even between a kid that can download "Satan" and a cracker? � anyone?
 
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the difference is that the former forces me to install and monitor a firewall on my network (an occasional pain) while the latter arguably offers an excuse to organisations like microsoft to implement stupid and overpriced licencing models (go linux go!).
Both impact me, though in different ways.
 
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Indian Hackers, thats a Joke. I have not seen an Indian Hacker til now. Gforce, PHC all Pakistani Hackers have totally ruined Indian webistes, and not a single retaliation!
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Doesn't anyone realize that hackers are not crackers?
 
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Originally posted by Carnot:
Indian Hackers, thats a Joke. I have not seen an Indian Hacker til now. Gforce, PHC all Pakistani Hackers have totally ruined Indian webistes, and not a single retaliation!
Carnot



Perhaps the Indian programmers have too much class to retaliate. Or maybe they are just more mature.
Totally ruining websites is not something that I would be PROUD about
 
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The fact that there are so many cases of Pakistanis hacking Indian web sites shows how obssessed Pakistanis are with India. I am not even interested in hacking a Pakistani web site. They are so boring and childish. No wonder Indian TV and films are watched in Pakistan more than their own TV or films. They have no originality.
 
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Well the point is not who is hacking or cracking , or a jerk from which country is trying to deface website from other country ..well if a kid has written a book on hacking would you buy it ?
 
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Hi all, in this respect i may ask ur opines on this thread also....
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum32/HTML/001248.html

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