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Hackers (1995)

Hackers is a 1995 American teen science fiction thriller film directed by Iain Softley and starring Jonny Lee Miller , Angelina Jolie , Renoly Santiago , Matthew Lillard , Jay Winters, Lorraine Bracco and Fisher Stevens The film follows the exploits of a group of gifted high school hackers and their involvement in a corporate extortion conspiracy. Corman says carmakers need to befriend hackers who expose flaws, rather than fear or antagonize them—just as companies like Microsoft have evolved from threatening hackers with lawsuits to inviting them to security conferences and paying them bug bounties” for disclosing security vulnerabilities For tech companies, Corman says, that enlightenment took 15 to 20 years.” The auto industry can't afford to take that long.

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They anticipate the idea of an anonymous like decentralized hacker army — Interlock Rochester of the World unite! They have a Google Glass-type device, hackers reading manifestos on viral videos while wearing anime get-ups, SWAT teams sent to pick up hackers at home. We heard about Hackers” from them when they told us some guy making a movie about hackers came to a 2600 meeting to talk about what hackers do, what hackers are like.

It's curiosity; a cat and mouse game with the adversary, the fact that the hackers were in it for a challenge and not for criminal activity. Hackers wore black jeans and black T-shirts, occasionally someone would add some flair by wearing a mechanic jumpsuit. The clothing and the rollerblades were meant to separate the hackers from their time. It was so successful, that we needed to put out a Hackers” soundtrack part two and part three.

But what happened was that they basically got punked by a couple of individuals who dressed up like they were in Hackers. Over time, it's a lot easier to be forgiving of the parts I didn't like about it. People really didn't want people to think hackers were really like that. Pretty much every 2600 meeting that I've been at over the past 18 years has had one quote from the movie belted around at it.