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Arkansas Programming Year 1: CSPG.Y1.4.2

CodeHS Lessons

Research and describe different roles within the hacking community (e.g., white hat, black hat, gray hat hacking), including positive and negative motivations, significant impacts, and social stereotypes. NOTE: White hat hacking may include, but is not limited to, bug bounty programs and contracted penetration testing. A significant impact example may include, but is not limited to, Charlie Miller’s compromisation of Fiat Chrysler vehicles. Black hat hacking may include, but is not limited to, the unauthorized processes of accessing systems to destroy, compromise, or steal data and deny access to services or systems. A significant impact example may include, but is not limited to, Behzad Mesri’s alleged theft of data from Home Box Office (HBO) and subsequent ransom demands. Gray hat hacking may include, but is not limited to, unauthorized processes of accessing systems to report, correct, and draw attention to security vulnerabilities. A significant example of gray hat hacking is intentionally not included; students and teachers are encouraged to explore and discuss the nuances of “right versus wrong” and motivations within this community, including nation-state actions.

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2.7 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.12 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.12 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.11 Hacking Ethics
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1.7 Hacking Ethics
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2.7 Hacking Ethics
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1.12 Hacking Ethics
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2.7 Hacking Ethics
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1.8 Hacking Ethics
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2.7 Hacking Ethics
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1.12 Hacking Ethics