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How To Hire A Hacker
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rcrouch850
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rcrouch850,
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7/3/2012 | 4:03:21 AM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
Every BS computer scientist in America must hack his professor's grade book, or some similar data, before he can graduate.
MyW0r1d
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MyW0r1d,
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7/3/2012 | 1:29:46 PM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
I would add a couple of caveats that I think should be obvious, but I have seen ignored. First, know the difference between ethical hackers and non and even though you may accept the risk of their past respect the principle of division of responsibility. If they push for uncontrolled and unmonitored network access, you've accepted too much risk. Secondly, some social engineering skills are not equivalent to being a hacker. A bully is simply a bully even if they present their intimidation skills to elicit passwords from others or colleagues as hacking.
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Aumnayan,
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7/3/2012 | 6:42:52 PM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
There are enough security experts (aka "white hat hackers") out there who know the drill that companies shouldn't have to tap anyone with questionable histories. It's really no different then every other discipline out there. Want to take a risk on the guy who broke into someones network and published their confidential data? Go for it. But I sure wouldn't recommend it.
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hackhelp,
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10/11/2012 | 1:26:19 AM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
for HACKing. if you need help with dail HACKING problem please contact BRADHACCER@AOL.COM for you EMAIL,WEBSITES,social networking sites,keylogger installation and sale of other goods and rendering of personalized hacker services like upgrades and server hack
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surfingdude,
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5/12/2013 | 10:11:45 PM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
Bradwanker is a scammer and an idiot. this is where he resides and he gets his money but never sends anything:

Name : Winnonna Lynn Kopp
location : 4128 Cloverdale Rd
Anniston, Alabama 36207

save your money and stay away.. he has been reported to the authorities
moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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4/11/2013 | 6:59:48 AM
re: How To Hire A Hacker


helo there ,for your general online security consultations,contact us on this email ----> UNLOCKKKIT@YAHOO.COM <-----we offer various WHITE HAT AND GREY HAT hacker services,ranging from hacking of various email (aol,yahoo,gmail etc) to website hack ,server hack ,result upgrades and website testing and a host of others,contact us now
moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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4/11/2013 | 7:00:03 AM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
helo there ,for your general online security consultations,contact us on this email ----> UNLOCKKKIT@YAHOO.COM <-----we offer various services,ranging from hacking of various email (YAHOO,GMAIL,AOL,HOTMAIL,GMX,REDDIT , .... etc) and also private domain emails,we also hack various social networking sites (FACEBOOK,TWITTER,INSTAGRAM,SKYPE ,MYSPACE ,...etc) make and deploy KEYLOGGERScant mention them all,we also hack websites via sql injection,xss scripting.... etc ,if a fraudulent websites steals from you ,we can get your money back too,we perform various security checks on your wesbites too (pentration testing,audit ...etc) ,so we hope to hear from you as we are ready to give you proofs of job well done,contact us anytime
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Dj2013,
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7/6/2013 | 1:44:42 PM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
If you need to find a credible hacker visit http://hackerforhirereview.com...
moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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10/17/2013 | 2:55:37 PM
re: How To Hire A Hacker
i was helped by a hacker to check if my girl friend was cheating , i visited their website www.ihacc4u.com and her email and facebook where hacked in about 30 hours , i was indeed pleased , so you can check them out , i think they would be able to help you

here is their email too ihacc4u@yahoo.com.au
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nonakopp,
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12/19/2013 | 2:23:44 PM
Reply to post about Winnonna Kopp
My name is Winnonna Kopp and I am not involved in any type of scam(s) not knowingly, I have talked to a Larry Stone, who told me he was from Newark Ohio, his email address is lovinglarrystone@yahoo.com. He told me that he is working on an oil rig and he needed me to pick up money and send to a person/coworker or his employee in Ghana, his name is Ejiro Zeb Elo. He is not at this address and I would greatly appreciate if you would remove my information from this site. I am willing to work with you and give any information that I have on this person, which isn't much and the phone number I had for him, which was an Ohio number, I called today and it belongs to a female. I really need to have my name cleared, I am not a bad person and I would have never knowingly or intentionally hurt anyone. I am so sorry for the problems that this has caused not only other people apparently but myself. I do have a picture of the person.

 
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SteveS217,
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10/17/2014 | 4:20:16 PM
A scam?
Winnonna,

I understand your concern about not wanting to be associated with a scam and/or scammer. I am curious as to what the truth is about this Larry Stone and Ejiro Zeb Elo. Did you ever find anything out about them?  I wonder if they are legit or not? Did you ever recieive or send money through Western Union or otherwise?

Curiouis Steve
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BernyO249,
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12/5/2014 | 5:40:11 AM
Re: A scam?
each and everyone is a scammer, why do you think companies like google, facebook, linkedin hire security analysts and pay them thousands of dollars? if these lowlife people can hack a account for just a few hundreds of dollars? 

 


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