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Five Big Misconceptions About Hacking

Arvindh Yuvaraj

22-Mar-17 13:30


Think about the first image that comes to mind when you hear the word “hacking”. Is it a Slurpee-drinking slacker from the 90’s hacking away in a dingy basement? Is it someone in a Guy Fawkes mask? Or maybe you see an introverted genius played by Rami Malek. Pop-culture has taught us that hacking is an unethical, highly-complex process that only people in hoodies are capable of, but that’s far from the truth. On this episode, we take a look at five big misconceptions about hacking, as well as the surprising truths behind them.

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