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Encyclopedia > Cracker (computer security)

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A cracker is the malicious version of a hacker, a well intending software programmer. Crackers are what most people consider to be hackers, such as the character portrayed in the film Swordfish.

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Section 10.1 lists sources that examine the nature of computer crime and the profile of the computer criminal.
Chen, Christopher D. "Computer Crime and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986," Computer Law Journal, Vol.
Andrews, Rodney D. "Computer Crime: The Worm in the Apple," in C. Gould, ed.
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