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2-17-2008 @ 3:00PM
[quote]theremover said...I say this with the utmost respect,but quite frankly, you have to be very stupid (maybe just accidentally did something stupid) for your account to get hacked.Computer security is a very basic principle. It requires no special skills or knowledge per se, it's almost strictly common sense. No "hackers" can randomly pick someone and use some secret bag of tools to gain access to their account. People who are hacked are people that were targeted because of a glaring weakness.[/quote]More bullcrap from the unenlightend... ever heard from the man in the middle atack? ever heard of remote exploits or bots?. Yes people get randomly hacked and yes WE do have a bag of tricks its called zer0 day exploits. You should read some before making these amusing but unfounded claims. And yea in care yer wondering, I am a white hat hacker and penetration tester so I know what the .... i'm talking about.
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