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Eugene Kaspersky explains hacking like it's a bank robbery. 

"Imagine you visit your bank and there are a thousand people crowding the office," Kaspersky tells Inverse. "There are so many of them, you simply can't get inside. They're just messing around asking irrelevant questions, shouting, and acting silly. Most workers at the bank won't be able to serve you or anyone else that day. That's a DDoS attack." 

"Later that night, someone unarms the alarms, breaks into the bank, cracks the vault, and steals all the money. That's hacking." 


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