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What's a "hacker tool"? It's just a tool. How and who uses it is pretty irrelevant...

Even though you use it to find holes in your network, that classifies as white hat. The term hacker isn't malicious until you make it. So yeah, it's a hacker tool for all intents and purposes. It's designed for hacking in mind, whether you are trying to get into your own security and test it or whether you are trying to get into somebody else's. That's what the tool was designed to aid.
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Even though you use it to find holes in your network, that classifies as white hat. The term hacker isn't malicious until you make it. So yeah, it's a hacker tool for all intents and purposes. It's designed for hacking in mind, whether you are trying to get into your own security and test it or whether you are trying to get into somebody else's. That's what the tool was designed to aid.

I know what hackers are beyond that... I follow stuff like 2600 and am thinking about going to the next HOPE (Hackers on Planet Earth) conference.

To me, it's just an testing or assessment tool. Labeling it a "hacking" tool adds the additional connotations even though white hats are not the bad guys. Example, would you call some by-the-textbook standard-certified network admin a "white hat" if he doing routine schedule testing designed by his boss?
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