A piece of software to gain access to a computing system, while the owner isn't aware of it's existence.
Often introduced in a system hidden in an appealing looking free paquage or a free game.
In essence the same principle as the "Trojan horse" which Odysseus used to conquer Troy.
"I planted a trojan in her system, I even have access to her webcam now!"
"You really should get a life, dude!"
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders version 4.
A compendium containing Mental disorders.
a series of computers connected together, in order to exchange data
A bigger and public network is the internet
"I'm setting up a network for my company."
"I wonder wherever cellphones wont disturb my wireless network."
A disorder which affects the psyche
of the mental state of a person.
Often a result of an instable environment, abuse, or heavy stress.
Defined in the DSM-IV
For about 90% of internet-users the matrix is defined in Winuser.h
For about 9% of the very same population, the matrix is reality
For the rest of that population, the matrix is a two-dimensional array.
Outside that population it's a Scifi/fantasy movie.
"Well, how do I rotate a that vector again? I so wished I remembered my calculations with matrices better."
on the internet, a wanna-be hacker
A person who writes simple scripts to perform hacks, cracks with little or no knowledge; uses downloads to gain 'status'.
In result causing damage out of lacking knowledge.
Plainly a wanna-be, might become someone with valid knowledge over time after self-study, which depends on the main intentions.
"I hacked download.com!!"
"Get a life, you scriptkiddie."
A program designed to multiplicate and spread itself over networks.
Most are designed to destroy the systems they encounter, after they used it to 'breed'.
(eg. using contacts, emails, ... found on a system)
The damage; mostly just software
which needs to be re-installed.
The sollution: a virusscanner
"I opened an email titled 'I love you', and screwed up my puter."
"LMAO, desperate eh?"
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