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Few Things you need to know before you Hire a Hacker!

Hi, Welcome back to THT, We are here to give you some guide few tips and information you need to know before you Hire a Hacker online. Nowadays Cyber Crime is getting Popular in Teenagers and they are doing many kinds of Cyber Criminal Activities to harm other peoples and to Help other peoples. But Right now we are upto White-Hat Hackers to hire. If you’re looking for hacker to hire you probably need a proper guide for trusted deal.

What Information you need?

Most hackers for hire are found on Reddit-like forums. There are a bunch of them, and you have to know where to look. But these hackers remain anonymous, offering certain services, and demand decentralized payment.

One post on an underground hacking forum claims it will “Website hack or ddos. Paying well.” The poster explained that they wanted a WordPress-built website down. While this person would not provide reasons, he or she did add that the bounty was as much as “2k euro.”

A tool to hack Facebook accounts: $19.99 for 3 months

On this same forum you can find a post for a downloadable tool called Facebook Hacker, which lets users hack into Facebook accounts. It claims that it can “hack any Facebook,” using “multiple methods of hacking.” People responding to this thread claimed the service worked.

Yelp reviews: $3 – $350

One popular hacker offering involves boosting Yelp ratings. Many offer services for posting positive Yelp reviews for a price. They can go as low as $3 a pop. Other, more savvy individuals say they’ve figured out how to remove bad reviews. Some hackers even offer months-long services for a set fee. They say they will continually post good reviews, post bad reviews on competitors, and ensure that no bad reviews show up on a business’ page. These programs can cost as much as $350.

Hacking lessons: $20

On another underground forum, a hacker doubled as a teacher. In this thread, the hacker said he or she would teach simple hacking tasks, such as a distributed denial of service attack (DDoS). DDoS attacks send enormous amounts of traffic to servers, which can debilitate a site’s performance. This poster asked for $20. The first $10 had to be paid upfront, then the classes would begin, and the remainder would be paid pending completion.

Gmail account access: $90

There’s a more public website called HackersList, which allows anonymous users to post hacking projects they want fulfilled. The projects range in price and ability, and most go unfilled as public hacking markets seem very suspicious. But a few projects appear to have been filled. For instance, one user asked for a hacked Gmail account. This project closed with a $90 bid.

Facebook account access: $350

Another post on HackersList requested help accessing a Facebook account. The description for the project is somewhat amusing; “I need to get into a facebook page. Long short of it is i have to know whats going on and I have no other choice (sic).” This plea successfully closed with a $350 bid.

Crypting services: $8

Crypting is an age-old service offered by hackers. It takes a piece of malware, checks if it can be detected by antivirus tools, and then encrypts the file until it becomes virtually undetectable. In short, it’s a service to make a malware as destructive as possible. Hacker forums are filled with crypting service threads. One hacker offered to crypt files for $5 each, or $8 for two.



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