Many universities and institutions are starting to teach students how to write viruses, or hack corporate networks. They say it's for educational purposes, but let's get real. Since when are viruses released in the wild good? Some private institutions and companies started teaching people how to hack corporate networks. This was done to "help people understand security better". How will they know that those people won't use what they learned to really break into corporate networks? We got enough people breaking into networks and writing viruses, why do we need to teach others to do so too? My question is: Should institutions and private companies teach people cyberwarfare? If so, to what extinct should they be allowed to do this?