Hacking is unauthorized use of computer and network resources.Computer hacking is the practice of modifying computer hardware and software to accomplish a goal outside of the creator’s original purpose. Software cracking is the modification of software to remove or disable features which are considered undesirable by the person cracking the software, usually related to protection methods: copy protection, trial/demo version, serial number, hardware key, date checks, CD check or software annoyances like nag screens and ad ware
by How? 7 years ago
What is the difference between hacking and cracking?
by Deepak Jangra 9 years ago
why some people hack someone's email-id's ?plz answer me why someone hack email-id's
by Lily Rose 8 years ago
For the past 5 or 6 hours I have been dealing with some fraud and identity theft that I discovered and I'm now really weary of my online security; I hope some HP "techies" can help... I use the Windows 7 built-in firewall and I use the free version of Avast for antivirus. ...
by rajan145 2 years ago
What is software?software is a application. it is very important.
by Russ Moran - The Write Stuff 5 years ago
I have just come across something outrageous. There are countless links on my hubs that weren't put there by me, and that take readers back to the site of the linking party. Two prominent ones are smartshopper.com and yellowmoxie.com. Anybody experienced this?This happens in all browsers. I've also...
by Travis Murphy 4 years ago
How can somebody use computer hacking skills to do good?So many people try to steal credit card numbers or bank information, but are there ways to use the same skills for good?
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