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ANONYMOUS. Without name. This word is applied to such.books, letters or papers, which are published without the author's name. No man is bound to publish his name in connexion with a book or paper he has published; but if the publication is libellous, he is equally responsible as if his name were published.

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MALICIOUS SOFTWAREThe directors, the chief executive officer, IT directors and engineers people who hold prominent positions, are usually the main targets for hackers.
He said that a cell, called NR3C National Response Center, has been established for lodging complaints against hackers on a government level.
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Mystery hacker steals data on 1,000 North Korean defectors in South
When one of the student entertainment sites on campus were hacked by a group claiming to be Anti-Cryptors, Lingad and his group had to come to the rescue before the hackers revealed the identity of the students behind the entertainment site.
"There's a great variety of people in the hacker community.
Breaker 101 is an online web security course designed to educate the next generation of ethical hackers.
" Taking advantage of this very fact, many hackers and phishing companies catch entrepreneurs unawares and try to extort money or dupe them.
74), Steinmetz is able to explore some of the internal life of those he considers hackers, drawing clear and legitimate parallels to practitioners of other crafts.
NTISB has traced links of hackers and they originate from Mumbai.
Some hackers gather information from social media while others send out carefully crafted emails that might pique the victim's interest.