I am not a computer hacker, and have absolutely no idea how to do so. I was wondering just how mathematically mind-boggling that computer hacking is. Don't you have to make extremely complex and fast mental calculations and type in thousands of odd numbers at some kind of prompt? Do you have to be a mathematical genius to understand the basic principles of hacking? Such as someone who has the intelligence and mental quickness almost instantly square-root extremely large-digit numbers (mentally) dozens of times per minute? Does it also take a vast knowledge of electronic engineering to perform? I don't know much about hacking, and have no interest in doing it to anyone. I just know that I get "there has been a recent attack on your computer" icon popup in the bottom right-hand corner of my desktop every half-hour or so. I don't know who is doing it, or why. I do not have any online enemies (that I know of) and I know that it is a "malicious toolkit" that comes from an "FTP". Every time my computer gets hacked, it costs about $200 minimum to take it to the PC repair shop and get it fixed.