So what is a cyber crime movie and how do we rate a really good cyber crime movie?
Because here at SPAMfighter, fighting spam, removing malware and dealing with cyber crime is something we do on a daily basis and some of us are also avid movie buffs.
Being “neglectful, indifferent, contemptuous, asexual, demeaning, insulting” is not loving behavior and is often as — and sometimes more — damaging as physical abuse (and there are some who argue that infidelity is abuse).
And yet, there is no great societal outcry over ending those sorts of behaviors, just societal shaming and blaming of often-long-suffering spouses who cheat.
Anyway, this movie is somewhat of a War Games for the nineties in its portrayal of how a kid with a computer and internet access is able to hack into government computers with ease.
If can look past that, the techno driven score, and 3D computer renderings, “Hackers” might be worth a watch.
We can’t comment on the general level of military IT security portrayed in a movie that takes place circa 1983 and the plot is very unlikely but effective as popcorn entertainment. Growing up in the eighties this is a bit of a classic.
Matthew Broderick and Ally Sheedy are very likeable and as the earliest cybercrime movie release that we know of, we’re giving War Games a generous 4 SPAMfighter crosshair rating. The verdict: Sneakers (1992) The title of this movies does not refer to shoes but a security team being hounded by government baddies guys after discovering a computer program that is able to hack any security system.
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While it is always involved in an affair, in most cases it isn’t the motive of the affair.
An affair may be about completely different things but it implies betrayal.
But if a wife refuses sex, is her husband justified in having an affair?
These were some questions raised in a few interesting blog posts, some as responses to reader comments, on Psychology Today.