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Transcript of Hacking
- An unauthorized use of computer networks
- It is a felony in the US and many other countries
- It is not a crime if it is a request between a hacker and an organization
What are the negative parts of hacking?
How to protect yourself from hackers?
- Install hack free software
- Install your anti virus software
- Keep your computer's firewall on
- Be careful what you download
- Keep your operating system up to date
What is a hacker?
- A person who uses computers to gain unauthorized information
- Use a computer to gain unauthorized access to data in a system
- 1st degree: Damage to over $10,000 worth of property
- 2nd degree: Damage to over $5,000 worth of property
-3rd degree: Damage to over $1,000 worth of property
-4th degree: Damage to over $500 worth of property
-5th degree: Damage to under $500 worth of property
Consequences of Hacking
- 1st Degree: Up to 20 years in prison, and/or $15,000 fine
- 2nd Degree: Up to 10 years in prison, and/or $10,000 fine
- 3rd Degree: Up to 5 years in prison, and/or $5,000 fine
- 4th Degree: Up to 1 year in prison, and/or $2,000 fine
- 5th Degree: Up to 6 months in prison, and/or $1,000 fine
- Slide 1: Windowsecurity.com Google.com
- Slide 2: Crime-research.org
- Slide 3: Windowsecurity.com
- Slide 4: Opposingviews.com
- Slide 5: Opposingviews.com
- Slide 6: FBI.gov
- Slide 7: Cga.ct.gov
- Slide 8: Cga.ct.gov
By: Levi, Lucas, Joe
- Hacking began in 1963 in Boston, Massachusetts
- MIT students were trying to get the school's mainframe computers
- They used the computers to hack in order to delete many programs but also gain control of the school's central processing unit
- Huge Financial Losses
- Loss of Information or Data
- A Decrease in Privacy
- Damaged Reputation of Business
What are the degrees of hacking?
Where did hacking begin?
If you are a hacker, what are the positive effects of hacking?
- If you do not get caught you can make millions
- Get other peoples information
- Lock people out of their computer
- Damage your rivals reputation