For software developers who quite understandably detest hackers, it probably doesn’t seem natural or appealing to think like a hacker in order to build better applications. But does the FBI not have to think like criminals in order to protect financial institutions? Does the DEA not have to think like meth manufacturers in order to locate those chemical-filled trailers? Do mothers not have to think like sugar-hungry sons in order to successfully hide a bag of chocolate chips in the vegetable crisper? Continue reading this article at Business Computing World.