A gray hat hacker also spelled grey hat hacker is someone who may violate ethical standards or principles, but without the malicious intent ascribed to black hat hackers. Gray hat hackers may engage in practices that seem less than completely above board, but are often operating for the common good.
Keep a Dream Journal As soon as you wake up from a dream, write down every little thing you can remember about it.
Supposedly by writing it down, your brain recognizes certain patterns that only occur in a dream since most dreams are immediately forgotten and if they are on paper, you can recall them easily. Think about exactly what you want to dream right before you fall asleep.
For instance you've probably fallen asleep watching MythBusters before and immediately dreamed you were flying through the air, using a giant version of Jamie's mustache as a hang glider.
Continue Reading Below Advertisement 3. The best time to have a lucid dream is either right before you regularly wake up, or right after. Studies have shown that more people have lucid dreams when they take a nap shortly after they first wake up in the morning.
So you can do all that, or if you are the lazy type, get yourself something like the NovaDreamera device that detects when you've entered REM sleep and then makes a noise that's supposed to be not quite enough to wake you up, but enough to raise your awareness to, "Hey, this is totally a dream I'm having!
Obviously the big difference between a dream and real life is that if the Hamburglar came bursting out of your refrigerator right now and started screaming at you in Vietnamese, your first thought would be "This is a strange and unusual event that is occurring right now, and I should question my perceptions.
Yes, Mel Gibson is dressed like Colonel Sanders. No, this is not a dream.
Continue Reading Below Advertisement In a dream state, your mind mostly loses the ability to criticize anything that's happening because dreaming just doesn't involve the critical part of your brain. You're all worried that you're at work in your underwear, and don't even blink at the fact that your boss is a dragon who speaks in the voice of your old middle school gym coach.
Continue Reading Below Advertisement But if you change your mental state ever so slightly, that critical part of your brain can keep functioning even while in dreamland.
If you can perfect the technique of dreaming while not all the way asleep, the next thing you know you're ordering up a Smurf orgy. The thing is, you know you're going to be screwed once the holidays are over and you have to go back to getting up at 6 or 7 a.
Sure, you could do the responsible thing and gradually set your alarm earlier and earlier each day until it's just right, giving you a smooth and healthy transition to work-life.
Or, you could use one of your body's cheat codes and readjust your sleep cycle. Don't forget to compensate for the hunger madness.
Continue Reading Below Advertisement You might know that the main way our body regulates its biological clock and circadian rhythm is through light. So when your brain is detecting light, it has your body behave as it should in the daytime higher energy, greater strength, more bowel movements, etc.
What you might not have known is that scientists recently found a second clockand instead of depending on light, this one is food-based.The s and Early White-Hat Hacking For example, in , a group called the s infiltrated the Los Alamos nuclear weapons research facility in New Mexico, but .
The Ethical Hacking Process To protect themselves, organizations may want to understand the impact and ability of an attacker. In this case, they may employ an ethical hacker,also known as a penetration tester,to simulate an attack against the environment.
As the open source movement reaches the two-decade milestone, thoughts turn to the movement's achievements and future goals.
Grey Hat; Ron Rosenbaum; Trending Topics. The hacker is feared by many, but respected by few.
Everyone seems to know who hackers are and what they do, but there is a major misconception about hackers that nobody seems to pick up on.. Essays Related to Hackers. 1. Are Hackers Terrorists? Hackers can cause many problems through computers 3/5(3).
Loyal reader: I have decided to retire from active duty. After several years of fun, this will be the last post for The Tweed Pig. There's a list a mile long of things I haven't yet covered, but my heart is elsewhere. We don't know much about computer hacking here at Cracked, because that stuff involves numbers, but we've come across a whole bunch of different crazy brain and body hacks over the years.