>>you're all wrong, how about that? (yes iain...you're wrong!
hmm, it was me who posted that
>>Just about every true whitehat hacker will tell you a cardinal rule is to NEVER, EVER, EVERRRR break into a system without permission
like I said before: If you're allowed to try and get in that is fine, if the admin says you can try, go a head and have fun. But if the admin doesn't want that: stay out, don't try.
>>first you'll probably want to send an email to the admin of the system warning him of the flaw. If he gives you the go-ahead to check it out, then delve on.
How many times will that happen. What kind of admin will let an unknow person on the internet check out an fault in his security
>>Pretty simple stuff. Also, who's so stupid as to even attempt cracking into a bank and then publish, to the admin, from your own email address, what you've done
He didn't mailed it with his own address. If I remember correctly, it lasted a few weeks before they could catch him
>>Black-hat = evil, illegal, malicious hacker (as seen in the movies).
I liked hackers.
No sorry, I liked Angelina Jolie in Hackers