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I'd expect it to happen to high-end explorers (what I call hackers in my 8-type model) and socialisers (what I call friends), but it could happen to anyone sufficiently inspired.
Remember in "hackers" when the gibson is depicted as a three dimensional city that the hackers must navigate through?
Latin American hackers, cryptanalysis, social protests against globalization ...
A Conversation with Edmundo Paz Soldán about Turing's Delirium
These are the war games at West Point, at least last month, when a team of cadets spent four days struggling around the clock to establish a computer network and keep it operating while hackers from the National Security Agency in Maryland tried to infiltrate it with methods that an enemy might use.
The possibilities of a phone like this in the hands of open hardware hackers is immense; the question is, will the carriers allow it?
Saying that Caribbean hitters can be indiscriminate hackers is like saying that PAC 10 quarterbacks tend to be more NFL-ready and polished than Big 12 quarterbacks — its just a fact that is not always true, but is true on average given how they were trained.
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Hackers / Man at computer, Binary code, with the word hackers
Last month, a vulnerability in Internet Explorer was implicated in Chinese hackers 'attacks on Google.
I wonder if the Deputy Secretary of State said anything about the hackers from the Chinese army who have been stealing information from government websites and did so by infiltrating the servers of an internet service provider
About 400 Latin American hackers descended on Senac University in São Paulo to build great mashups and applications with Yahoo! code.
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