|Released||October 11th, 1989|| |
A documentary on the emerging threats to the computer security in the 1980s. The documentary explores popular viruses and computer intrusions of the era. Read more.
|Released||May 5th, 2010|| |
American Greed - Cybercrime episode about carding and the crimes of Max Ray Butler. Read more.
|Released||September 1st, 1991|| |
A video recording produced by the 2600 Magazine showing an attack on a US Army computer during the summer of 1991. Read more.
|Released||May 20th, 2010|| |
Hackers Wanted (also known as Can You Hack It?) is a documentary directed and written by Sam Bozzo, Trigger Street Productions and narrated by Kevin Spacey. The documentary explores different subgroups of the hacker culture and how they affect our computerized world. Hackers Wanted includes a wide range of interviews with people from hacker, information security, law enforcement, higher education and journalist communities. It also includes a large segment covering the life, breakins, the arrest and sentencing of Adrian Lamo. Read more.
|Released||April 15th, 1986|| |
Hackers – Wizards of the Electronic Age is a PBS documentary directed by Fabrice Florin filmed at the first Hacker Conference that took place at the Headlands Institute Conference Center in 1984. The conference was organized as a result of Steven Levy's book 'Hackers – Heroes of the Computer Revolution' published the same year. The documentary explores the cultural phenomenon that helped launch a multi-billion dollar computer industry and changed the way people live, communicate, work and play. Read more.
|Released||December 1st, 1994|| |
Unauthorized Access is a documentary produced by Annaliza Savage in 1994. Shot in 15 cities and 4 countries, this documentary offers an impressive array of topics dealing with hacking culture. Read more.
|Released||December 21st, 2000|| |
Cybercops is a Channel 4 UK documentary first aired on December 21st 2000. The documentary explores threats to the e-commerce at the turn of the century and the work done by various private companies and law enforcement agencies to defend it and to prosecute the offenders. Read more.
|Released||December 1st, 2000|| |
New York City Hackers is an independent documentary by Stig-Lennart Sorensen released in the year 2000. Most of the filming occurs in in New York at the H2K conference, 2600 meeting and an Off the Hook radio show. There is also a coverage of the original MIT hackers from the TMRC club. Read more.
|Released||August 4th, 1995|| |
Hackers 95 is an independent documentary by Phone-E and RF Burns shot during the summer of 1995. The documentary covers hacker happenings during that summer including Summercon and Defcon III. There are plenty of interviews and random clips from these two conferences. The documentary also includes a separate segment on Area 51 as well as a Secret Service press release on Operation Cybersnare. Read more.
|Released||October 13th, 1999|| |
MTV featured "I'm a Hacker" on its True Life series. A number of teen hackers were featured discussing their exploits. After the episode aired in 1999, one of the filmed hackers (shamrock) revealed that he intentionally misrepresented his exploits in order to hoax MTV. Read more.