Response to Rodnie’s “Hire a Hacker Now!!”

Posted: March 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

This is in response to Rodnie’s presentation “Hire a Hacker Now!!”

Link to his presentation / write-up: here 

Rodnie’s presentation covered the topic of “Hackers” on the internet. There are several sites that offer Hacking services in exchange for money. These include (but are not limited to): acquiring email passwords, shutting down websites, etc. Services start from as low as $150USD. According to his source, most of the hackers for hire can be found in America and Asia (mainly China and Korea).

To me, the idea that hackers are readily offering their services to common end users is both disturbing and frightening. If i pay $150, i can get access to someone’s private email account and take all of their information. That’s a scary thought. Next up: bank accounts and credit cards. I enjoy freedom on the internet, but when sites like these come up on my google search, i can’t help but cringe. The freedom for end users on the internet is definitely a double edged sword. On one hand, it lets creativity and freedom grow and prosper, but on the other hand, every user is also at risk due to sites such as the one Rodnie posted.

For those who are interested (i certainly hope not), here is the site that will give you access to the hackers for hire: http://www.hiretohack.net/

For those who are in need of step by step instructions (lol), here are four easy steps to get a hacker (courtesy of Rodnie)

” The Steps to finding a hacker:

1. First acquire a target to hack, such as someone’s email account

2. Find websites such as hack-to-hire.net or other sites through google or Craig’s list.

3. Submit a request for a hacker and what need to be hacked.

4. Pay the fee. The fee can as low as $150. “

 

 

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Comments
  1. lockmantuj says:

    Thinking about this for a moment, it doesn’t seem that different for hiring a private detective to find about another person’s “secret” activities. I wonder if we’ll eventually find, if it doesn’t already exist, a genre of fiction similar to detective fiction about these hackers for hire.

    I imagine if it were as well written as Raymond Chandler’s novels, it would be enormously popular.

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