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Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad
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Why Hacking Isn't Always Bad

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Did you know that Facebook would not currently exist as it does today if Founder Mark Zuckerberg hadn’t hacked into Harvard University’s private database? From network operations, data center …

Did you know that Facebook would not currently exist as it does today if Founder Mark Zuckerberg hadn’t hacked into Harvard University’s private database? From network operations, data center management, even daily email functions, hacking is an inevitable driver of innovation and technology development. This infographic, “How Computer Hacking Has Impacted Technology as We Know It” shows some different types of hackers, various ways hacking can impact different industries, and shows how some of the biggest malicious attacks have helped to advance network and cyber security.

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