Professional hackers are not a deluxe service anymore. The Hacker’s List is a site that can connect those in need of finding something…in particular, and can’t help themselves in any way. 70 hackers are listed on the site, although not every one of them is active and kicking. The number of users in search of help is atrocious: more than 400 messages since 2014’s late November (because that’s when it was founded) and it states that his services are ethical and legal.
The website presents its services with a serious and professional approach.
“Hiring a hacker shouldn’t be a difficult process, we believe that finding a trustworthy professional hacker for hire should be a worry free and painless experience.”
Of course, there is a fee that the users must pay in exchange of the services provided by the site. The prices range from $100 and it can reach their highest pick at about $5000. For example, jealousy must pay well: $500 for hacking into someone’s Facebook account or e-mail. Or some people think that their business problems can be solved by entering the websites administered by their bosses. The payment is of $2000 for hacking a highly secured website. Unfortunately, these are all illegal procedures and the site focuses on those who are not so, for example helping you unblock the cell phone if the password is forgotten, or giving advice on how to protect your personal website against internet and programming threats. Another overused desire of users that access www.hackerslist.com is that they want their photos removed from old internet websites and engines. The prices begin at $10 and can even reach several thousand dollars.
Even though this is not the only site that offers hacking services, it is highly recommended in the domain, and even got some positive feedbacks from the competitors, being described as “the way hiring a professional hacker should be”. As a result, the site shows how professional hacking services should look like, taking into examination all the legal facts. Moreover, their no-scammers policy which is very strict is exceptionally appreciated.
The site is registered in New Zeeland but the founders are still afraid to go public, as stated in The New York Times. The hackers and all their services are protected by the legal counsel that is hired to be on service at any time needed.
Thomas G.A. Brown is the former chief of the computer and intellectual property crime unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan. His opinions are eminently appreciated in the business.
“Hackers for hire can permit non-technical individuals to launch cyber attacks with a degree of deniability, lowering the barriers to entry for online crime.”
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