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  • noun computer hacking; the act of breaking into computer systems

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ hacking

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Examples

  • Largely for that reason, we may be closer than ever to a battle plan that finally links the arsenals of the U.S. government with the serious needs of business in the fight against global cyberhacking.

    Will U.S. Businesses Finally Get Some Cybersecurity?

  • Whether it's censorship or cyberhacking, it's safe to say these are growing problems.

    In Google We Trust

  • Anymore than they favored the "unwritten" right to cannibalism, beastiality, or cyberhacking...

    The Connecticut Supreme Court finds a right to same-sex marriage.

  • Largely for that reason, we may be closer than ever to a battle plan that finally links the arsenals of the U.S. government with the serious needs of business in the fight against global cyberhacking.

  • Largely for that reason, we may be closer than ever to a battle plan that finally links the arsenals of the U.S. government with the serious needs of business in the fight against global cyberhacking.

  • Google cyberhacking case, followed by Beijing's refusal to condemn Korean aggression.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Hollywood Leaks, as was amply explained in an earlier post, claims to be an offshoot of the cyberhacking group Anonymous -- but with a narrowed focus.

    News - latimes.com

  • Google cyberhacking case, followed by Beijing's refusal to condemn Korean aggression.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Cybersecurity: Chinese government, military involved in cyberhacking, experts say Published on Monday, Feb. 08, 2010 11: 47AM EST

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Cybersecurity: Chinese government, military involved in cyberhacking, experts say

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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