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There are good hackers who make things and the world better. And then there are the bad hackers who break other people's things, spy on people, blackmail people, and do similar things. And finally, there is this kind of hacker who would like to be bad hackers, but unfortunately gnaw on starvation and seem to have to keep their heads above water with jobs so that they don't have to rely on HARTZ IV.
Such hackers graced my blog with a spam comment, which usually only causes me to click the delete button. In this case, however, the entertainment value is so high that I would like to present the comment to you:
If you read the mail through, you can see what the team of "professional hackers" has to offer:
There are already some great ideas for services included. I would only work a little more on the German localization and maybe use more marketing slang ... then it is ensured that no potential customer understands what it is about. ;-)
Nevertheless, I have certain doubts about the competence of the hacking team. If someone can hack PayPal, MoneyGram, WesternUnion and credit cards, why do they need jobs and not just get money from other people there? It's like a bank robber robbing banks for others for 100 euros an hour ...
I mean, why did you go through this "honest job application"? A lot of question marks pop up in my head. I would really have liked to hire them so that I no longer have to work, but if they can't hack and then only work against prepayment, that would be a certain risk for me and my payment. Afterwards I won't get the money back ... Bad hackers aren't exactly known for offering a 100-day money-back guarantee. ;-)
What do you all mean? Should I commission a test job there? Perhaps let the GEZ's account be hacked in order to justly transfer my contributions back to my account? I am looking forward to your ideas. ;-)
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.