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prabhakar_deosthali
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prabhakar_deosthali   8/29/2014 6:22:12 AM
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It just came to my mind that the hackers always look at the weakest link to break in to any system.

 

Like in olden days , the house is locked with a solid nlever l lock but the door hinges are so weak that one push could just make the door collapse.

 

 

Sanjib.A
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Ethical Hacking - next big job opportunity?
Sanjib.A   8/30/2014 10:55:03 AM
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I think Ethical hacking (I am a bit cautious here not to talk about the other kind of hacking) would be the next big job opportunity if IoT succeeds to make it to our day to day life.

kfield
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Re: Ethical Hacking - next big job opportunity?
kfield   8/31/2014 9:39:01 PM
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@sanjib A: "I think Ethical hacking (I am a bit cautious here not to talk about the other kind of hacking) would be the next big job opportunity if IoT succeeds to make it to our day to day life."

You're aboslutely correct and in fact the Blackhat Conference this year was the biggest yet.



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