The Devil's (Infosec) Dictionary
Foreward: No one was spared, not even the children. Word after word of cruel truth, sputtered forth in ironic tone, not attempting to be humorous but might earn a chortle or two. I bring you, “The Devil’s (Infosec) Dictionary”.
(1.) Noun Group of “hacktivists” puppeted by CIA.
(1.) Noun Digital Anarchists, modern internet mafia. Similar to Democratic Party. Funded at least partially by the CIA, but normally chased by FBI.
Black hat /blakhat/
(1.) Noun A hacker who uses havij to extort companies by holding their data ransom.
(1.) Noun Every hacker’s source for exploits.
(1.) Noun See “Skid”.
(1.) Noun A person who believes strongly in something and uses havij to express this.
(1.) Noun White hat tool for “penetration testing”.
(1.) Noun A place to go when you’re really bored and feel like wasting a portion of your life.
(1.) Noun Operating System of choice for hackers on steroids.
(1.) Noun Something people who don’t know Linux use.
(1.) Noun Something that’s only useful when sent at six million of them per second.
(2.) Verb How to show love on the internet.
Penetration testing /ˌpeniˈtrāSHən/ /testiNG/
(1.) Verb White hat synonym for what Black hat hackers do.
(1.) Noun Digital Republican Party, mostly funded/puppeted by FBI or CIA.
(1.) Noun A person who aspires to be a hacker.
(1.) Noun Something few understand but everyone exploits. The “gaping vagina” of the internet. See also: your mom.
White hat /(h)wīthat/
(1.) Noun A hacker who uses havij to extort companies for lengthy “security” contracts and periodic auditing services.