Orion, am I ugly?

I don’t know if I’m or not. Gadget-freak, full of tech jargons and gizmos, little bit psycho (yes I am!). For you, it’s enough description about me. One thing I should make you clear, if you think I’ll show you all the tricks and tweaks, then leave my site immediately. I’m a hacker, and a hacker never reveals his/her secret. I can give you the basic knowledge and the logic behind of a hack. If you want more, go, research and re-discover yourself. :-P ;-)

Hacking is not a crime

A very first of all, you should clear your concepts about hacking. What is hacking? There are so many definitions available about hacking. Their terms may be, or may not be different; but their meanings are all same. If you ask me, I’ll say, hacking is the process of achieving access to a computer or computer network without legal authorization. Mind the word “legal authorization”, yes, you got the right point. Hacking is not a crime at all! To be more precisely, hacking is not a crime up to that point until it is used in any offensive way. Hackers aren’t criminals. The term “hacking” actually means to enjoy learning and gathering knowledge to stretch someone’s capabilities. Many hackers are keen to learn about computers and consider hacking as an art. They want to build programs to display their problem solving skills and not to harm others.
A hacker first tries their skills on easy targets and then after successful professional attacks on more secured sites. Their goal is to have complete access on any computer so that they can delete, edit or comply any files or directory and also can install any program. Computer hackers are employed by many companies to get complete access on the computer so that they can delete, edit, copy any file or install as their technical staff. These hackers use their skills to find faults in company’s security system so that it can be repaired quickly. Sometimes hacking also prevents serious identity related crimes.

White Hat, Black Hat, Grey Hat

White hat hackers are computer security experts, who specialize in penetration testing, and other testing methodologies, to ensure that a company’s information systems are secure. White hat hackers are also called “sneakers”, “red teams”, or “tiger teams“. These security experts may utilize a variety of methods to carry out their tests, including social engineering tactics, use of hacking tools, such as Metasploit, which exploits known vulnerabilities, and attempts to evade security to gain entry into secured areas.
Black hat hackers are just 180 degree opposite of white hats. A black hat hacker, sometimes called “cracker”, is someone who breaks computer security without authorization or uses technology (usually a computer, phone system or network) for vandalism, credit card fraud, identity theft, piracy, or other types of illegal activity.
A grey hat, in the hacking community, refers to a skilled hacker who sometimes acts illegally, though in good will, and limits their disclosure of vulnerabilities on a need-to-know basis. They are a hybrid between white and black hat hackers. They usually do not hack for personal gain or have malicious intentions, but are prepared to commit crimes during the course of their technological exploits in order to achieve better security.

What’s your mentality?

See, knowledge gathering isn’t a crime in this planet. At the end of the day, it depends upon you how you use your knowledge. Everything I show you here, everything I post, is STRICTLY FOR LEARNING PURPOSES. I don’t want to expect anyone become a black hat. Just enjoy your skill and keep learning. :-)