Created on September 18, 2023
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Hacking originated in the 1960s when programmers started exploring system vulnerabilities. It evolved and divided into white hat, grey hat, and black hat hacking for different motives.
White hat hackers are ethical hackers who use their skills to identify and fix security vulnerabilities in systems with the owner's permission.
Grey hat hackers are a mix of white and black hat hackers. They may expose vulnerabilities without permission but with good intentions.
Black hat hackers engage in malicious activities like unauthorized access, defacement, or theft for personal gain or to cause harm.
Ethical hacking is authorized and aims to improve security. Unethical hacking, also known as cybercrime, violates the law and exploits vulnerabilities for malicious purposes.
White hat hackers strengthen cyber security by finding vulnerabilities before malicious actors. Grey hat hackers often force organizations to patch vulnerabilities. Black hat hackers pose serious threats to cyber security and demonstrate the importance of prevention, detection, and incident response measures.