Chicago in the 1930s was a hive of organized crime where the bad guys always had the upper hand. As dramatized by the film “The Untouchables,” lawman Eliot Ness confides to Officer Jim Malone that he is prepared to do “everything within the law” to take down Al Capone. But streetwise Malone tells Ness that, to win, he must be prepared to do more. “He pulls a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue. That’s the Chicago way.”
Like ‘30s Chicago, the dark web is crawling with global crime syndicates, and everyone I’ve talked to says fighting the Chicago way sounds appealing. The problem is that the same laws that make hacking a crime also make it a crime to retaliate.
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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Itzik Kotler. Read the original post at: I hack, therefore I am