A vision and arts of Extended Plagiarism
before the history of hacking; There was "MODIFICATION"
for a person to be called a true hacker, one must do it intentionally by means of *finding the flaw and exploit it*, and NOT by merely "found it by accident".[snapback]4169[/snapback]I always considerd the people to have a born ability or aquired talent for hacking up anything they please to be the true ones.
Regardless of OS or situation they can access, configure, modify... as they please. Be it for fun, profit or personal gain.. These ones are rarely caught due to there ability to pull complex tricks with acuracy and calculated escape or perfectly covering the tracks.
A deep love of code may be the reason for excessive calculation?... But back to real version of "hacker" the local drunk school boy that does stupid things with paper towl does fit the description of "hacker". It's sad that someone who stumbles across flaws due to a level of technical skill can't be one :unsure: "true hacker" almost falls under oxymoron listing at this rate... almost :rolleyes
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Monday, May 26, 2008

Free Internet Broadband

A way of transmitting large amounts of data, voice, and video that is greater than telephony networks.ttp://
The term applied to networks having bandwidths significantly greater than that found in telephony networks. Broadband systems are capable of carrying a large number of moving images or a vast quantity of data simultaneously. ...
Broadband comes from the words "broad bandwidth" and is used to describe a high-capacity, two-way link between an end user and access network suppliers capable of supporting full-motion, interactive video applications.
A data-transmission scheme in which multiple signals share the bandwidth of a medium. This allows the transmission of voice, data, and video signals over a single medium. Cable television uses broadband techniques to deliver dozens of channels over one cable.
The use of cable to provide data transfer using analog (radio-frequency) signals. Digital signals must be passed through a modem and transmitted over one of the frequency bands of the cable. Multiple channels carry data on a single physical cable. ...
Broadband is the term applied to high-speed data transmission, such as cable, ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network), and DSL (Digital Subscriber Line). Broadband technologies provide faster connections to the Internet than traditional dial-up services. ...
A broad bandwidth communications channel capable of supporting high capacity ISDN services or other integrated voice, data and video applications.
Technology that allows a high rate of data transmission.
A high-speed internet connection, such as cable modem, DSL, T1, or T3. Cable modem and DSL are the most common types of broadband for residential users, while businesses often utilize connections up to and beyond T3 lines. Click for a free consultation
A transmission medium capable of supporting a wide range of frequencies. It can carry multiple signals by dividing the total capacity of the medium into multiple, independent bandwidth channels, where each channel operates only on a specific range of frequencies.
A classification of the information capacity or bandwidth of a communication channel. Broadband is generally taken to mean bandwidth higher than 2 Mbps.
A communication (normally digital) operating at a bandwidth greater than 2Mbps