CS111 Personal Cyber Safety

RESOURCES: WEEK 13

Hacking & Hacktivism

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ASSIGNED MATERIALS

  1. Why Kids Shouldn't Be Criminal Hackers
  2. Anarchy and the Internet
  3. Who’s an Ethical Hacker?
  4. Hacktivism 101: A Brief History and Timeline of Notable Incidents

 

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SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS

History of Computer Crime (PPTX) (PDF)

Hackers are Enemies

Hackers: the Internet's immune system (16:35) -- TED

How to Become an Ethical Hacker

Certified Ethical Hacker [C|EH] Certification

What is hacktivism?

The dramatic rise in hacktivism

Hacktivists launch more cyberattacks against local, state governments

2600: The Hacker Quarterly

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