Niño Salvaje is an audiovisual work for live coding that explores language, transmedia connections and hacktivism.For this, the project is built from the poetics of the text “Niño Salvaje”, by the Argentinian psychologist and musician Alberto Kuselman. This fragment, part of Andes music therapy and popularized as a children’s song in South America, is taken up from cyberactivism in the Hack-Back manifesto; An D.I.Y guide to robbing banks. In this article, the author refers to the hooded struggle, as a fundamental part of the resistance against the control systems. Thus, “Niño Salvaje” is built from the emancipation of open, free and anonymous knowledge.