Hack Attack

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Hack Attack
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Hack Attack Screenshot
Format Video (TV)
Genre Documentary
Origin USA
Language English
Release Date 23 December 1994
Running Time 45 min
Production
Created by Derek Jones
Directed by Derek Jones
Produced by Gary Norne, Nancy Lebrun
Written by Derek Jones
Screenplay by Derek Jones
Distributed by Discovery
Narrated by NA
Starring Emmanuel Goldstein, Dan Farmer, Phiber Optik, Winn Schwartau
Music by NA
Cinematography by NA
Edited by NA
Production Company Yorkshire Television
Location(s) USA
Original Channel Discovery
Additional Information
Based on NA
Topics Technology, Computers, Hacking
Follows NA
Precedes NA
Associated Video NA
Website NA

Hack Attack is a documentary looking at computer crimes and the overwhelming ease with which computer hackers infiltrate the lives of private citizens.

Synopsis

A 1994 Yorkshire Television Production for Discovery Channel documentary - Hacker Attack, is a well balanced account of the hacker, security, and electronic crime worlds in late 80s and early 90s. It begins by featuring Mark Abene incarcerated in Schuylkill talking about his views on hacking and the story of MoD. Emmanuel Goldstein is displayed throughout the documentary talking about the hacker community during 2600 meetings and on the Off the Hook radio show. Next 'Hacker Attack' turns to the darker side of hacking when we jump into unmarked NYPD surveillance van to track down cloned cellular phones. There is an extensive coverage of credit card fraud, high tech robbery, and industrial espionage. At last we can watch Winn Schwartau and Dan Farmer talk about threats to our financial and military infrastructures. Throughout the documentary, there are snippets of anonymous hackers breaking into various computer systems.

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Hack Attack (1994) NA [ Archive.org]
Hack Attack (1994) NA MP4 thesprawl.org
Hack Attack (1994) NA MP4 media.defcon.org German subtitles

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