10 fun (and safe) ways to pretend to be a hacker

Enjoy hacking, Hollywood-style, with these video games

By Jon Gold, Network World |  Security, hacking, slideshow

"Uplink" (Windows/Mac/Linux)

The granddaddy of hacking games. "Uplink," which was released in 2001 by Introversion Software, retains a devoted fanbase and active modding community. While it's not without its flaws -- it's wildly unrealistic, frequently difficult and, unlike most games on our list, costs $15 for the full version -- it's also so immersive that you won't care.

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