• Anarchist Hackers : The Beginners With Almost Zero skills

    by  • April 8, 2009 • Black Hat, Student Series • 14 Comments

    These are the individuals who you should be weary of. Their sole intent on system infiltration is to cause damage or use information to create havoc. They are primarily the individuals who are responsible for the majority of system attacks against home users. They are more likely to be interested in what lies on another person’s machine for example yours.

    Mostly you’ll find that these individuals have slightly above computer skill level and consider themselves hackers. They glorify themselves on the accomplishments of others. Their idea of classing themselves as a hacker is that of acquire programs and utilities readily available on the net, use these programs with no real knowledge of how these applications work and if they manage to “break” into someone’s system class themselves as a hacker. These individuals are called “Kiddie Hackers.”

    They use these programs given to them in a malicious fashion on anyone they can infect. They have no real purpose to what they are doing except the fact of saying “Yeah! I broke into <insert name here> computer!” It gives them bragging rights to their friends.

    If there is any damage to occur in a system being broken into these individuals will accomplish it. These individuals are usually high school students. They brag about their accomplishments to their friends and try to build an image of being hackers.

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    Author is a Tech blogger & loves to share his work on web by writing guidelines for Ethical Hacking students & Security professionals. Performing various types of hacking from pen test to smartphone hacking – He enjoys hacking just for personal research purpose. Working with more of 'grey as well as black hat' hackers for learning advanced hacking as well as defending techniques & share them with learners. His prime area of research is Cyber Criminals & currently working on a Video Product Development to teach hacking & Pen Testing for absolute beginners.

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    • http://www.zellfaze.com/ zellfaze

      It is really very saddening that these account for a large portion of the hackers on the internet,

      But I imagine most of us started off as these kind of hackers. I know when I frrst began this is what I was.

    • ashish

      ok,when do we get started.

    • sriram

      I want to know about these topics..

    • http://yahoo Deepak

      pls tell basic tricks for hacking

    • Kalyan

      Hai,tell me some good hacking software’s name

    • rocky singh

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    • d351

      Umm… So, it’s simply not possible for a skilled hacker to also be an anarchist? You seem to have a singularly flawed interpretation of the term “anarchist”. I get the feeling that there may be quite a few hackers in the open source community who carry a strong anarchist leaning, or at least I certainly hope so.

    • http://element-x.wapka.mobi abhix

      he he he. . .. . . i knw such BEEP ppl,. . .thy r just usng the tag HACKER. apart 4m it,
      thy dnt knw nthng. . . ! !

    • http://element-x.wapka.mobi abhix

      1 more thng. . . .// plz mentn above tht ,NEVER ASK- PLEASE TEACH ME HACKInG or HACKING TRIKS. . . .it irritates. . . uh

    • ankitkala

      HI !
      Can you tell me which computers languages should i have to skilll Hard, to be a good hacker.

    • http://www.hackersenigma.com Amol Wagh

      Yup , True !!!

    • http://www.hackersenigma.com Amol Wagh

      Having command over C & C++, always necessary. FOr becoming web hacker you need to get into HTML, PHP, MYSQL, DOnt forget always start from basics.

    • ramgoopal mishra

      wanted to learn about ethical hacking to prevent cyber attacks from external countries.

    • http://www.onlinecrypter.com Crypter

      Yes, it’s good to start with C or C++, even though these are complicated languages, they are essential when it comes to developing anything in the hacking niche.