• TIL That A Hacker Is
Breaking Into People's 5
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Routers And Patching Them
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    • bro can my man fix internet companies from throttling peoples wifi
      madwolf2 27 jul
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    • White hat hacker.
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    • These are known as white hat hackers, they focus on helping people rather than stealing data
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    • actually i think that just makes you a good guy, period
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    • Id worry about if he did anything else while doing it because that seems like it could a cover for something bad
      horseduck 27 jul
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    • Yeah that’s called a white hat
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    • Where can I find this hacker? I have been recently threatened by another hacker bc I de-opped him to Visitor in a Minecraft world. He disconnected everyone from the world in a childish tantrum and has threatened to find my ip (Something like that) and I genuinely got very nervous.
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    • Bright 28 jul
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    • This is what is known as a white hat hacker. There are proffessionals who do it for pay and fix companies security, and there are guys like these doing it for charity. Look it up, it's super best. Spy vs Spy kinda stuff.
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    • They’re called white hats
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    • Tf is this TIL shit? What’s that an acronym for?
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    • Makes no sence this meme cuz you never know theres prolly good hackers out there
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    • Then he/she sells the back door key to the highest bidder
      fluff890 28 jul
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    • That’s great but we all wish a hacker would teach us how to add a bunch of numbers to our fckn savings accounts
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    • Vigilante
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    • You mean a vulnerability assessment and a patch. That's standard, but I dont have enough info on want happened to criticize any further.
      noondeer 28 jul
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    • Chaotic good
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    • White hat hackers hack for good causes or some shit idk I didnt pay much attention in that class
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    • White hat hacker I think
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    • Probably changing default passwords. Most people can’t even get into their router settings
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    • I remember hacking into a school computer and pulling up all the teachers SSN numbers and any credit cards that were used on the system.
      SiegeKilo 28 jul
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    • I fucking hope he gets me cause these fuckers on rainbow can’t play a single game legit
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    • It's called white hat hacking. Black hat hacking is with malicious intentions
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    • Whitehat hackers?
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    • Maybe I don’t want to be the bad guy
      Rdforzer 28 jul
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    • I'd pay for someone to do this. smh
      iPuddin 30 jul
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    • I’m late but look up the Hacker Giraffe, he kinda did the same thing. He hacked into printers and told people that they had an insecure network.
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    • Or so he claims...
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    • Everyone’s saying this guy’s a White Hat hacker. He’s not. He’s a Grey Hat hacker, they break the law and use intrusive tactics to help others with their products. It’s basically the difference between a cop and a Vigilante.
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    • Watch Dogs 3
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    • Can he do mine? My IP address is at least 1.
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    • isnt that white hat hacking
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    • That man should be paid to do it
      Allixy 28 jul
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    • The majority of hackers are on the side of preventing other hackers from abusing people.
      DrBrangar 28 jul
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    • That's common with black hats and worms as well they infect you with say crypto mining software then patch whatever they used to get in, that way some other intruder can't get in
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    • Learning how to hack isn’t actually that difficult, it’s just a type of coding
      Psalm 28 jul
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    • These kinds of people are called white hat hackers.
      Setesh 28 jul
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    • You are welcome comrades
      epic_wind 28 jul
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    • Nah I don’t think he’s bad at all. Like if I learned someone did that to me I’d just be like thanks
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    • Fix my shit please and thank you.
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    • Explain how they are bad guys
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    • This reaction imagine doesn’t make sense, he isn’t a bad guy.
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    • Hey sorry to break it to you. but people don't do illegal shit for free... What he's most likely doing is making a backdoor then patching the vulnerability so no one else can get in except for him... Practically claiming the box as his own.
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    • Difference between a hacker and a cracker (and no, I dont mean white person). Hackers are the good guys. They find failures in security systems mainly. Crackers just wanna steal or fuck with your shit. Ok, I may be also talking about white people.
      NGAudio 28 jul
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    • Chad grey hats vs the virgin black hats
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    • I dont understand how a hacker can destroy your router. Like why doesn't a simple restart stop a DDOS?
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    • The fact that some randome fucking dude does this and not the people you fucking pay is astounding
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    • Definition of Gray Hat
      Evilpyro 31 jul
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    • Chaotic good
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    • I have 500+ hours on call of duty modern warfare
      ThiccCum 31 jul
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    • My cousin in a professional hacker for a bank. His job is to find ways to steal 0.01$ and then find a way to patch that flaw.
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    • Not all hackers are bad. White hats expose and fixed security risks.
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    • A good hacker will always patch a system, you don't want another hacker steeling your assets. A hacked system is ussually the most secure system on a network.
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    • Honestly that sounds like a great way to entertain yourself as a hacker
      NLeander 30 jul
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    • No such thing as white hat hacking. If you do not own the thing you are manipulating then it is malicious regardless of your intentions
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    • this happened to me with my car, left it unlocked and someone put everything from the compartments neatly on the seats and didnt take anything then locked the car and left
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    • The gray hats are my favorite hackers
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    • I work in IT. You’d be surprised how many companies hire professional hackers to see any data/security breaches
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    • My sped cousin got my router messed up playing fortnite with toxic little kids, now i can barely play with my friends and we cant afford a new one
      jojohomo 30 jul
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    • White-hat hackers are employed by companies. Black-hat hackers are in it for self-gain or to harm. This is an example of the rare Grey-hat hacker, someone that does it on their own to benefit others, or to see what they can do
      Sparkson 30 jul
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    • White hat hacking
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    • ALRIGHT I KNOW ONE OF YOU HERE IS A GREY HAT. FUCKIN SHOW URSELF
      TrashyBag 30 jul
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    • Nice
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    • No thats just a whitehat
      Bunte 30 jul
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    • White hat
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    • Can people hack into it and clear EVERYTHING asking for a friend........
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    • I may only be a hacker, but I'm YOUR only hacker
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    • Theres is a youtuber who scams scamers so that the scamers can no longer scam
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    • Ok paisley park
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    • Watch Dogs
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    • Yeah, they're called white hat hackers. They usually get employed by network security companies at one point or another.
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    • An Unlawfull-Good gray hat hacker?
      MlemFox 29 jul
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    • Someone hijacked my brother's steam account and played the "mod" to trick him into sinking money into shit. The scammer was so elaborate with his account, it was scary... but then mom came and immediately saw through the facade. We got steam support and recovered his account still intact.
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    • A guy at my work did this in college, except he would only do it on routers that had no password, and he'd add one afterwards and change the SSID to his payment information. Found out afterwards it was illegal
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    • The only true White Hat Hacker
      aabanm 29 jul
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    • Still illegal and they would still be arrested
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    • Thanks zangeff
      Elmu678 29 jul
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    • Chaotic good
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    • Hope you’re all having a good day
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    • Chaotic good
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    • Backdoor dawg. He saving them for later without risk of being outplayed by competitors
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    • I don’t care what you play your games on but seriously fuck hackers
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    • He's doing it for free? Hell I’d fork over some cash for him to do it
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    • Eh, we got a white hat
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    • Where's the hookup?
      ABZ2 28 jul
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    • He's a white hatcker
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    • Would this be white or grey hat hacking
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    • This would be a grey hat hacker since it’s still illegal
      pelicash 28 jul
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    • White Hat, but aggressive.
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    • Still illegal
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    • Ifunny and them pointing out what white hat hackers are, be quite and comment something about the hacks.
      baros 28 jul
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    • That’s called being a White Hat.
      leaireRP 28 jul
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    • Actually most hackers do this anyways, it is more advantageous if you're the only one with a backdoor into their network. An actual white hat hacker would report the exploit they used to the ISP so they could update all their user's routers
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    • Hackers also do this if someone else is hacking something they are
      Mad_Laden 28 jul
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    • Certified Grey Hat moment
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    • Grey hatter
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    • Til?
      JoMan 28 jul
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