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Lesson 1: Being a Hacker

Lesson 1 Being A HACKERWARNINGThe Hacker Highschool Project is a learning tool and as with any learning tool thereare dangers. Some lessons, if abused, may result in physical injury. Some additionaldangers may also exist where there is not enough research on possible effects ofemanations from particular technologies. Students using these lessons should besupervised yet encouraged to learn, try, and do. However ISECOM cannot acceptresponsibility for how any information herein is abused. The following lessons and workbooks are open and publicly available under the followingterms and conditions of ISECOM:All works in the Hacker Highschool Project are provided for non-commercial use withelementary school students, junior highschool students, and highschool students whetherin a

This kind of hacking can be greatly beneficial to the world for understanding how to be safer and for building even better technology. Unfortunately though, sometimes the hacking is done by criminals and what they want is illegal, invasive, and destructive. And those are usually the only hackers you read about 5 Lesson 1: Being a Hacker


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