This week's topic is: Cyber Vigilantes
malicious: (adj.) with ill-intent; intended to hurt or trick people
set up (a machine): (v.) configure a machine to work in a specific way alias: (n.) alternative names; usually a false one
apparent: (adj.) obvious, easy to see
legitimate:(adj.) not illegal; something is what it says it is
lo and behold: (phrase) used to say something that sounds surprising but suggesting it actually isn’t
raid: (v.) to invade a place by surprise with a group.
World Wide Web: (n.) another name for the internet
vigilantism: (n.) acting alone or in a group in the name of justice without involving official law enforcement
range from A to B: (phrase) something exists both in a small scale (A) and large scale (B)
humiliate: (v.) make someone go through an embarrassing experience in public, usually by insulting them
white hat hacking: (n.) a hacker trying to infiltrate a system to check for flaws (as a job).