To all the people who have something against software that tests and breaks security, why do you believe this is wrong? Is it not the users right to have available the software they want, or the author to write the software they want? Is it not the right of every user to test their own security to improve it or to see the tools that are going to be used to break into computer systems that are available in the underground community? Is it not a law enforcements right to be able to have a tool against certain security precautions to have evidence against child pornographers and terrorists? Or a person to be able to break back into their own system whether the passowrd was lost, stolen, or changed? Is it not the right of an educational system to have the right to learn about security and security precaustions by looking at tools that are used to attack that said security.
Should we shut down BitTorrent because someone downloads an illegal file using it, or web browsers for that matter. Sicne computers can copy store bought dvds, does this mean we should outlaw computers altogether like the mpaa suggests? Or for that matter, what about that racist peice of literature you have, should we ban certain types of information and try to regulate every book that comes into this country. What about free thought? I believe a lot of people have unpure thoughts at times. Or cars, I hear people have used those to aid in bank robberies before. Give people the benifit of the doubt, they are not all criminals, theifs, and hackers.
Please, before you bash software that can be abused, try to be more optimistic.