So much news lately about hackers taking out commercial and government websites. It ranges from simple DDoS'ing CIA.gov, hijacking foreign govt websites, to hacking into Sony's PS3 databases. Well they should not all be taken equally serious, it just reflects how relatively easy it is for a script-kiddie to take out MasterCard and Visa websites. LulzSec does it for the "lulz", Anonymous does it for "social justice" (their latest target is Orlando, Florida, USA for making it illegal to feed the homeless without a permit). All of these "hactivists" can be black hats, grey hats, or arguably even white hats with a large variety of experience in hacking. What do you think? For example: Hackers attack cripples al-Qaida on web Arguably white hats or government, but what they did last year I found hilarious: "... UK government hacked into an al-Qaida website last year and inserted recipes for making cupcakes in place of instructions on how to build bombs. " I want to see a terrorist try to take out a plane with a full tray of cranberry-orange muffins.