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Re: What to do when YOU are asked to hack a myspace...

Post by Defience on Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:21 pm
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I just ignore those requests as well. What gets to me is how some online stranger thinks that they can just randomly ask people they don't know to do something illegal for them and expect them to say 'yes'. Morons that ask....morons that will attempt it for them. I do like the idea though of charging them (paypal?) and not doing it for them :lol: although my ethics wouldn't let me ;)

Or better yet, the ones that try you by saying that they lost their own password and want you to help them out.... yeah, right.
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Re: What to do when YOU are asked to hack a myspace...

Post by Charlieace on Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:31 pm
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when i get the appropiate experience i would go by several rules in hacking a myspace (not that i'll ever do it).
*make sure the guy who wants me to hack has a good reason
*make sure the guy who i am hacking deserves it
*make sure i get paid a good bit
GET ME OUT OF AMERICA! MOVE ME TO IRELAND! IT LOOKS COOL THERE!

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Re: What to do when YOU are asked to hack a myspace...

Post by Monica on Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:41 pm
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@ Charlieace: I lol'd at your replies.

"*make sure the guy who wants me to hack has a good reason
*make sure the guy who i am hacking deserves it"


There are very few, if any, "good" reasons to hack someone because it would be illegal.

Otherwise, if you users see "newbies" requesting such illegal activity on this forum, PLEASE report the forum post(s) so HTS Moderators can take appropriate action, if necessary. Your help will very much be appreciated.
hi am new so plz dont troll me or i report 2 the HTS mods ty
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Re: What to do when YOU are asked to hack a myspace...

Post by godofcereal on Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:54 pm
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if you dont report them kittens die...

and my sig takes place...
Im off, last year of school and all, I had something longer but char limit fucked that up. So yeah, had a good run here. Thanks for the memories. Thanks to the staff and users.

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p.s. Defience, you the man ;)
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Re: What to do when YOU are asked to hack a myspace...

Post by computerdude523 on Mon Apr 13, 2009 9:32 pm
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lolz

I'd Just Give Them This Url: http://tinyurl.com/cfwcge ;)
Me: "Just Because You SAY You're A Hacker, Doesn't Really Mean You Are One."
A Noob: "Really?"
Me: "NO, Smart One. Now If You Are One, Prove It."
A Noob: ...
Me: "That's What I Thought."

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Re: What to do when YOU are asked to hack a myspace...

Post by majordave on Fri Apr 24, 2009 5:13 pm
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Helping a total stranger who approached me on the internet "hack" into someone's myspace or other social network account? How would I know I wasn't assisting a stalker, rapist, pedophile, serial murderer, or other type of predator? Yeah, ok.

However, parents have not only the right, but even a responsibility to monitor their childrens' computer activities to protect them from potential internet predators. Companies have the legal right to monitor their employees' computer activities--protection against wasting company resources, fraud prevention/detection, and to make sure their employees are not engaging in illegal activities for which the company could be held legally liable.

As far as cheaters go? Well, unless they've actually made the committment to each other to live together, I would regard it as an invasion of privacy. For those who are living together or married? Well, at least in my state, you have the right to do whatever you want with your OWN property, your own computer, in your own house--including monitoring it. Most people who suspect their spouses are cheating on them are usually right. And if they're capable of cheating and possibly planning on leaving you, good possibility they're also capable of at least attempting to "hide/steal" marital/community assets before they go. Like, being cheated on isn't bad enough, do you have to let them rob you too?

So if someone asks me to help them hack into a myspace account? Well, those who have a legitimate reason for desiring to do this should also have physical access to their target's computer. There's keylogger hardware devices which they can legally place on their own computer(s) for the purpose of monitoring it, and by doing so, can have accesss to any and all email, Myspace, and other social network activity that transpires on it. Keylogger hardware is 100% undetectable by ALL antivirus programs, fits nicely inside laptops via mini-PCI card, and can be attached on desktops with a tiny device placed on the keyboard cord.

From an ethical standpoint, this is the advice I provide.
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Re: What to do when YOU are asked to hack a myspace...

Post by Charlieace on Fri May 01, 2009 5:15 pm
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i do follow by the rules i posted, why you may ask?

they'll never happen, especially the paying part, hence i never have to do it
GET ME OUT OF AMERICA! MOVE ME TO IRELAND! IT LOOKS COOL THERE!

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