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KaZaA is a file-sharing community used to exchange music files, video and movie files, and games. The company has a checkered record of conflicts over its facilitation of copying of copyrighted materials (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazaa). A study in 2003, and reported in Wired magazine (Zetter, K., Kazaa Delivers More Than Tunes, Wired, January 11, 2004), found that 45 percent of the 4778 executable files the researchers downloaded from KaZaA during one month contained viruses or Trojan horses! A worm is a program that travels through the network by exploiting weaknesses in the security systems of computers on the network. Often the weakness has to do with an array of data where there is no checking being done on the boundaries of the array. Programs written in the C programming language, perhaps the most popular system programming language, can be vulnerable, because C does not provide built-in boundary checking on arrays. A worm program can change data beyond the boundary of an array, thus altering, perhaps, the return address on the call stack so as to cause the method to transfer control to the worm. Why do people write and release viruses, Trojan horses, and worms Sometimes it is for clearly criminal intent. The perpetrator wants to gain access to private information, perhaps with the intention of stealing money or credit. Sometimes it is for a quasi-commercial purpose, such as gaining access to another s computer to employ it to send spam e-mail to others. Sometimes it is simply to prove one s technical ability, and perhaps also to gain recognition among one s peer group or reference group. Sometimes the perpetrators claim to be doing the victims a favor by exposing a weakness in the victims security! That argument can be addressed by analogy. What would a homeowner think if some stranger came to the front door, the back door, the basement door, the windows, etc. looking for a way to get in Most would think they were under assault, and would call the police! Most people feel they have a right to what is theirs, and to their peace of mind, regardless of the quality of their locks. Software professionals should never condone the spreading of viruses, Trojan horses, or worms. The ACM Code of Ethics provides clear guidance: 1.2 Avoid harm to others. 1.3 Be honest and trustworthy. 1.7 Respect the privacy of others. 2.8 Access computing... resources only when authorized to do so.
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HACKERS Hackers are people who believe themselves to be, and who often are, astute technically. One page on the web defines hackers this way (http://tlc.discovery.com/convergence/hackers/glossary/glossary.html):
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hacker n. 1. A person who enjoys exploring the details of programmable systems and how to stretch their capabilities. 2. One who programs enthusiastically. 3. A person who is good at programming quickly. 4. An expert at a particular program, as in a Unix hacker. 5. [deprecated] A malicious meddler who tries to discover sensitive information by poking around. The correct term for this sense is cracker.
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The current sense of the word is generally positive. That is, a hacker knows a lot and uses that knowledge to improve systems and expand capabilities. Hackers do not create viruses or worms. They might, on the other hand, create a new operating system (Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson Unix), found the Free Software Foundation (Richard Stallman), or design a new computer (Steve Wozniak Apple I). In the past, the word hacker also meant a technically sophisticated person who used their skills in sometimes illegal ways. Robert Morris unleashed a computer worm in 1988 from Cornell University. Kevin Poulsen got control of the telephone lines going to a Los Angeles radio station in 1990 in order to insure himself of a win of a Porsche in a contest to be the 102nd caller. Vladimir Levin managed to trick Citibank computers out of $10M in 1995 (Hackers Hall of Fame, http://tlc.discovery.com/convergence/hackers/bio/). Even though today hacking may be seen as a positive and creative attitude combined with exceptional skills, it may also be true that a certain technical arrogance among hackers may lead to inappropriate behavior. There may be a tendency among hackers to feel that the rules governing ordinary users should not apply to them, and that authority need not be respected in the technical domain of hackers. Hackers may also see bypassing the rules, without being caught, as a kind of on-line game. A hacker may enjoy finding a way to learn credit card numbers, for example, even though they may have no intention of committing fraud with the information.
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