The idea of hiring a hacker on the open market never even occurred to me until last year seemingly turned into the age of being hacked on nearly every level.   Now, hacker for hire sites are popping up into popularity as the value of having your own personal hacker could be written into my wish list for a variety of reasons. Hacker’s List site shows currently 400+ entries for people posting work for hackers.

When is it a good idea to hire a hacker?

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Top Reasons To Hire A Hacker

(These Are “Legal”/Socially Acceptable Reasons According To Hacker Sites)

  • Crack Passwords
  • Social Media Hijack Recovery
  • ID Online Stalkers/Fraudsters
  • Recover Email

Hackers List Site Terms — What Users Can’t Do

  • Violate Any Applicable Law Or Regulation
  • Infringe On Any Third Party Rights
  • Use For Any Illegal Purposes
  • Impersonate A Person Or Entity

Projects From Hackers List

  • Good:
    • Access Old Email Account:
      • “This Is An Old Yahoo Email Account Of Mine. It’s Been Deactivated For More Than Two Years And I Don’t Have The Password.”
  • Bad:
    • School Problems – Pays Well:
      • “I Have A Couple Semesters Worth Of Problematic Grades I Would Like To Fix In Order To Continue My Education.”

Source For All: Hackers List Website

Warnings When Hiring A Hacker

  • No Guarantees and very difficult to hold accountable
  • Possible Harm From Hackers Remaining Anonymous
  • Possible Criminal Charges if you engage a hacker to do illegal tasks