The Agile Hacking Project

This is a quick announcement regarding the Agile Hacking project. For those of you who are not familiar with this project, there is a post that you can go through over here.

So, the Agile Hacking project has found a new home in the newly established House of Hackers V2 initiative, which is essentially the House of Hackers‘ wiki. We plan to use V2 as our main project repository. [...]

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6000 Members on HoH

Just a couple of months ago, we started HoH as one of our social experiments. Initially the network was composed of just about 10-15 people and there was nothing fancy about it. We didn’t even have a domain although we promised to ourselves that if we reach 1000 members we will certainly look into buying a domain and also investing into other resources.

Amazingly, we reached the 1000 cap quite rapidly and today the HoH network is just over 6000 members. [...]

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The Public Perception of the Image of Hackers

It’s been a long day. I am happy to inform you that the House of Hackers community has reached remarkable 80 members since its opening 10 hours ago. It even have got some exposure on Dark Reading (
Hackers in the House), thanks to Kelly Higgins.

The reason I am bringing all this to your attention is because of HD Moore’s comment regarding the House of Hackers initiative:

I think that this comes down again to the public perception of the image of hackers. [...]

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