1. You are a member of the Human Resources group of a three-year-old software manufacturer that has several products and annual revenue in excess of $500 million. You’ve just received a request from the manager of software development to hire three notorious crackers to probe your company’s software products in an attempt to identify any vulnerabilities. The reasoning is that if anyone can find a vulnerability in your software, they can. This will give your firm a head start on developing patches to fix the problems before anyone can exploit them. You’re not sure, and feel uneasy about hiring people with criminal records and connections to unsavory members of the hacker/cracker community. What would you do?