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How to become a hacker? [Infographic]


Being a hacker is really fun, but it’s kind of fun that requires a lot of knowledge, skills and learning.

But if you want to be a good hacker first keep in mind that you have a life outside the virtual world. Be accepted by the society, moving away from everything that you might work and think like a hacker does not help much to circulate myths. Although the word hacker is usually tied negativity and malice, it’s not completely true. A hacker can be someone with an advanced understanding of computers and programming that works on finding vulnerabilities and protection. Hacker job as computer programmers or IT security analysts it is very wanted.

To be a hacker you need a good understanding of computers and their components. On the web, there is a wide variety of e-books that can help you in learning. Get to know with jargon because the computer industry has thousands of acronyms and terms. Learning programming languages ​​is an invaluable tool to understand how the programs work. One of them is HTML. In addition to Windows, learn alternative operating system such as Linux. For starters install Ubuntu or some other operating system on your computer. The next area you need to study is the computer networking: how networks work, protocols, routers, etc.. Hackers use knowledge of mathematics, but not that formally logic, more like: Boolean algebra, finite set theory, combinatorics and graph theory. To become a hacker needs a lot of effort and discipline.

We recommend that you watch movie : “Hackers are people too”, which is a portrait of the hacker community and recorded from their side. The film takes you through various areas of the world of hackers, starting from how hackers think, what is hacking, where they stand in society, about women dealing with hacking, etc., just to get a better insight into the hacker community. Now take a look at the infographics that brings some interesting information about how to become a hacker: