twoheadedboy writes: "Ethical hackers have somewhat dichotomous jobs, attacking companies to help them understand their security better. But why do they choose to go with the good guys rather than the bad? Why not become a cyber criminal and enjoy the monetary rewards it can bring? IT Pro got to know a few ethical hackers, finding out how they go about their business and what inspired them to get involved in the industry to begin with." Link to Original Source
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