This is a discussion on Secruity Forum within the D3scene related board part of the General category; Originally Posted by Feena Seriously, I don't think it's a good place to discuss avoiding D3Scene rules and decisions. Do ...
Whatever, you don't get it. Just do what you wanna do, bear the consequences.
I'm making a forum to do with secruity expolits? Whats wrong about that
I like the respected d3scene members to know the latest security flaws so they arn't a victim of hackers them self?
I see me doing a service if anything..
Also i'm teaching people how these hackers actually do these things by showing the programs that they use and how they make them ( Source code )
Nothing illegal there..
You think it's not illegal tell people how to hack?
Are you sure about that?
Its not. Lucas, if you have the means to make money, does that mean you are making any? If you have a fishing pole, do you need to go out and catch a fish? No to both. There is a serious difference in knowing information and using it. A "security" forum would be nice if it didn't just tell security vulnerabilities, but also ways to patch them. Im sure the law would like that, to be honest.
Blackhats hackers are payed around $100,000 a year for details on exploits and what not.
Also pay for them to go around the world and teach people how to "hack" and find exploits.
I don't see how thats illegal
I really wish you'd get your terms right WHITEHAT Hackers are the ones who are payed, Blackhats are the ones who do more illegal activity and deface websites etc.
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Black Hat Hacker
Black Hat Hackers, are hackers who specialize in unauthorized penetration of information systems. They may use computers to attack systems for profit, for fun, or for political motivations or as a part of a social cause. Such penetration often involves modification and/or destruction of data, and is done without authorization and hence they should not be confused with ethical hackers.
They also may distribute computer viruses, Internet worms, and deliver spam through the use of botnets. The term may also refer to hackers who crack software to remove protection methods: copy prevention, trial/demo version, serial number, hardware key, date checks, CD check or software annoyances like nag screens and adware.
White Hat Hacker
White Hat Hackers, also known as Ethical Hackers, are Computer Security experts, who specialize in penetration testing, and other testing methodologies, to ensure that a company's information systems are secure. Such people are employed by companies where these professionals are sometimes called sneakers. Groups of these people are often called tiger teams or red teams. These Security experts may utilise a variety of methods to carry out their tests, including social engineering tactics, use of Hacking tools, and attempts to evade security to gain entry into secured areas.
The National Security Agency offers certifications such as the CNSS 4011. Such a cert covers orderly ethical hacking approaches and team management. Aggressor teams are called "red" teams. Defender teams are called "blue" teams.
Thats not a bribe thats being payed to show off a exploit and thats considered whitehat, regardless of what they call themselves, Its a disgrace to call them a blackhat leaking information.