hacker

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Bilgisayar sistemlerine izinsiz giren kişilerin internet argosundaki adı
Çökertici
bilgisayar sistemine gizlice giren kişi
hekir
Korsan

Bir bilgisayar korsanının web sitemize erişmesi muhtemel değil. - It's unlikely that a hacker could get into our website.

Eski bilgisayar korsanlarını güvenlik uzmanı olarak çalıştırmak için kiralamak iyi bir fikir mi? - Is it a good idea to hire former hackers to work as security professionals?

bilgisayarı ile başka bir sistemi bozan kullanıcı
{i} bilgisayar korsanı

Bir bilgisayar korsanı, şirketin veritabanındaki hassas dosyalara erişebildi. - A hacker gained access to sensitive files in the company's database.

Bir bilgisayar korsanının web sitemize erişmesi muhtemel değil. - It's unlikely that a hacker could get into our website.

computer hacker
bilgisayar korsani
İngilizce - İngilizce
a computer security professional
one who is expert at programming and solving problems with a computer
one who uses a computer to gain unauthorized access to data
one who operates a taxicab
Something which hacks, a tool or device for hacking

Report.--Commended for the contrivance of an instrument, called a hacker, that is used in trimming grindstones. This hacker turns with the stone, and is drawn across in a slide rest, and fulfills its important function satisfactorily.

Someone who hacks

Particularly, one who is consistent and focuses on accomplishing a task or several tasks.

one who is inexperienced or unskilled at a particular activity, especially a sport such as golf or tennis
A person who delights in having an intimate understanding of the internal workings of a system, computers and computer networks in particular
The dictionary defines "hacker" as a slang term describing a person who carries out or manages something successful A hacker is someone who spends many hours with the computer often successfully operating it by trial and error without first referring to the manual A hacker is often a technical person in the computer field, such as assembly language programmer or systems programmer Today the term hacker has taken on a negative meaning The news media has often used the term hacker in a derogatory manner to refer to people that use their technical knowledge to gain unauthorized access and perform mischievous or destructive activity in computer systems and data banks
A person who enjoys exploring the details of computers and how to stretch their capabilities A malicious or inquisitive meddler who tries to discover information by poking around A person who enjoys learning the details of programming systems and how to stretch their capabilities, as opposed to most users who prefer to learn on the minimum necessary
A person who either breaks into systems for which they have no authorization or intentionally overstep their bounds on systems for which they do have legitimate access, i e , an unauthorized individual who attempts to penetrate information systems; to browse, steal, or modify data; deny access or service to others; or cause damage or harm in some other way
A person who deliberately logs on to other computers by somehow bypassing the security system This is sometimes done to steal valuable information or to cause irreparable damage
A person who delights in having an intimate understanding of the internal workings of a system, computers, software, and computer networks in particular
A computer hacker is someone who uses a computer a lot, especially so much that they have no time to do anything else. someone who secretly uses or changes the information in other people's computer systems
{i} (Computers) one who loves computers, one who knows a lot about computers, computer freak; one who illegally breaks into computer systems
someone who plays golf poorly a programmer who breaks into computer systems in order to steal or change or destroy information as a form of cyber-terrorism
one who is inexperienced or unskilled at a particular activity (e.g. tennis)
A person who breaks into a computer network and tampers with the system
one who loafs (around)
Someone so computer literate they are able to 'hack' into computers (i e access and/or manipulate data held in them) usually employing a cunning ability to bypass or override password protection and other security strategies Hackers often work at a distance physically from their target computers by abusing the facilities of the internet
A person who tries and/or succeeds at defeating computer security measures
one who informally manages or copes (one hacks it)
Specifically: A cutting instrument for making notches; esp
A user of a computer who attempts to understand the particulars of a computer A hacker will look for ways around things while using a computer
A computer hacker is someone who tries to break into computer systems, especially in order to get secret information
a programmer for whom computing is its own reward; may enjoy the challenge of breaking into other computers but does no harm; "true hackers subscribe to a code of ethics and look down upon crackers"
one who works hard at boring tasks
A person who delights in having an intimate understanding of the internal workings of a system, computers and computer networks in particular The term is often misused in a pejorative context, where "cracker" would be the correct term See also: Cracker
A computer user who works to understand the ins and outs of computers, networks, and the Internet in general Hackers are generally benign, and are not to be confused with the more malicious crackers
1) According to The New Hacker's Dictionary a hacker is a clever computer programmer, who does not necessarily engage in illegal activities 2) In the media, a Hacker refers to a person who illegally break in or attempts to break into a computer system See Cracker
one used for notching pine trees in collecting turpentine; a hack
One who, or that which, hacks
one who kicks wildly or roughly
A computer user who illegally visits networked computers to look around or cause harm
one who informally annoys (another party)
one who rides or drives at an ordinary pace or over the roads (especially distinguished from from racing or hunting)
There are two competing definitions of "hacker" floating around The first is the computer user who knows the technology backwards and forwards, who can see new ways around tough problems, and who creates amazing innovations The other definition is the equally knowledgeable person who uses his expertise to break into elaborate systems for the pride and sheer anarchy of it
Originally used to describe a computer enthusiast who pushed a system to its highest performance through clever programming
A slang term for a computer enthusiast, i e , a person who enjoys learning programming languages and computer systems and can often be considered an expert on the subject The term can be either complimentary or derogatory, the negative connotation refers to individuals who gain unauthorized access to computer systems for the purpose of stealing and corrupting data Hackers, themselves, maintain that the proper term for such individuals is cracker
one who cuts with rough or heavy blows
A person who has mastered the art and science of making computers and software do much more than the original designers intended A true hacker is to be respected, even if socially a bit undesireable Not to be confused with "crackers" A true hacker can find plenty of constructive projects to work on, breaking things is more a mark of children (of any age) -I- Intel: A designer and manufacturer of the microprocessors After a rather ignorant but well read computer columnist labled their 80286 processor used in the IBM AT "Brain dead" because it didn't emulate the inferior 8088 (a chip Intel was attempting to phase out) processor absolutely perfectly, they learned the way to market success wasn't to build a technologically good chip, but a marketable chip The consumer has been paying ever since, getting exactly what the deserve: a very souped up version of the 1973 vintage 8008 processor
someone who plays golf poorly
a programmer who breaks into computer systems in order to steal or change or destroy information as a form of cyber-terrorism
used to mean someone who was interested in computer programming, now more commonly associated with someone who tries to break into a site through a computers security
Computer users who enjoy tinkering with computers as a way to develop new features or who intentionally access a single computer, system or a network without permission to do so They can be there simply to look around or they can be there to destroy (Eth, Gr 8)
Hackers are those who enjoy delving deep into a subject rather than learning just the minimum needed to get by Usually used to refer to programmers
A slang term for a computer enthusiast Among professional programmers, the term hacker implies an amateur or a programmer who lacks formal training Depending on how it used, the term can be either complimentary or derogatory, although it is developing an increasingly derogatory connotation The pejorative sense of hacker is becoming more prominent largely because the popular press has co-opted the term to refer to individuals who gain unauthorised access to computer systems for the purpose of stealing and corrupting data Hackers, themselves, maintain that the proper term for such individuals is cracker
Contrary to the popular press, a hacker is not a person who breaks into other people's computer systems That is a cracker A hacker could be said to be a consummate programmer, someone who has earned the respect of his fellows by programming well or coming up with an elegant way of programming a computer to do a certain job For programmers, being a hacker is a great honor, and it can only be bestowed upon you by another hacker Crackers are also often hackers, but their intent and nefarious activities put them into a different category
haxxor
black hat hacker
someone who hacks his way into a system in order to cause damage or steal data, passwords etc
kernel hacker
A title of developers who maintain the Linux kernel code
white hat hacker
A hacker who is ethically opposed to the abuse of computer systems
white hat hacker
A hacker who is legally authorized to use otherwise illegal means to achieve objectives critical to the security of computer systems, for example, someone hired to execute a penetration test upon a network to produce a report for its administrator about vulnerabilities and solutions to the networks security
ethical hacker
(Bilgisayar) A white hat hacker, also rendered as ethical hacker, is, in the realm of information technology, a person who is ethically opposed to the abuse of computer systems. Realization that the Internet now represents human voices from around the world has made the defense of its integrity an important pastime for many. A white hat generally focuses on securing IT systems, whereas a black hat (the opposite) would like to break into them
white hat hacker
(Bilgisayar) A white hat hacker, also rendered as ethical hacker, is, in the realm of information technology, a person who is ethically opposed to the abuse of computer systems. Realization that the Internet now represents human voices from around the world has made the defense of its integrity an important pastime for many. A white hat generally focuses on securing IT systems, whereas a black hat (the opposite) would like to break into them
hackers
plural of hacker
hacker