Hacking in Movies

This week's Trivia: Hacking in Movies

While not always portrayed in the most accurate light, depictions of hackers and hacking in movies can often be good times. A little bit of adventure is always involved in playing with some restricted security measures, but rarely do they end up with you living in a computer. Well, sometimes.
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Q1

When "The Net", starring Sandra Bullock, was released in 1995, what was unique about her character's, Angela Bennett's, job with Cathedral Software?

Q2

In 1998's "Enemy of the State", who played the security/surveillance expert and Will Smith's mentor, Brill?

Q3

Before leaving The Matrix, Neo was a part-time hacker living under what civilian name?

Q4

The 2000 film Track Down (or Takedown outside the USA, or Hackers 2), was based on which notorious real-life hacker?

Q5

What is the name of made-for-TV film depicting a young Steve Jobs and Bill Gates as they developed the personal computer and their own rival companies?

Q6

In 2001's "Swordfish", Stanley Jobson (played by Hugh Jackman) infected which real-life software from the FBI before the beginning of the movie?

Q7

A website set up by MGM/UA to promote the 1995 film "Hackers" was supposedly hacked and defaced by which group?

Q8

In 1983's "WarGames" what is the name of the system that Matthew Broderick's character inadvertently connects to, triggering a series of events that almost culminates in World War III?

Q9

Which experiment from 1985's "Real Genius" was recreated in a 2009 episode of Mythbusters?

Q10

In 1999's "Office Space"' what is name of the method proposed by Michael Bolton to divert portions of pennies from the company into a separate bank account?