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2-28-2010 @ 1:34PM
The term "hacking" has become used for everything nowadays. It's overused."I was hacked!"No, you weren't. You fell for a phising scam, and gave your login info away."I was hacked!"No, you weren't, you let someone else log in to your account, and they cleaned your account out.If someone places a virus on your computer that does damage (no data stolen, just does damage) they will say they were "hacked".The term "hacking" originated from the "hacking" apart of circuit boards and resoldering them back together to do what you want. It's just overused today.
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