like Newsweek The rise of digital currencies is driving a revolution in international commerce, financial inclusion and technology innovation. But, as with many new online platforms, there is also a darker flipside starting to emerge. Illegal crypto-currency mining known as crypto-jacking has been flagged by experts for years, but now malicious activity is really escalating and its impact on organisations could reach well beyond impaired server performance.

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Computer Hacking is a Science as well as an Art. Like any other expertise, you need to put a lot of effort in order to acquire knowledge and become an expert hacker. Once you are on the track, you would need more effort to keep up-to-date with latest technologies, new vulnerabilities and exploitation techniques.

The Anti Security Movement (also written as antisec and anti-sec) is a movement opposed to the computer security industry. Antisec is against full disclosure of information relating to

software vulnerabilitiesexploits, exploitation techniques, hacking tools, attacking public outlets and distribution points of that information. The general thought behind this is that the computer security industry uses full disclosure to profit and develop scare-tactics to convince people into buying their firewalls, anti-virus software and auditing services.

Movement followers have identified as targets of their cause:

In 2009, attacks against security communities such as Astalavista[1] and milw0rm,[2] and the popular image-host ImageShack,[3][4] have given the movement worldwide media attention.