"A new website called Hacker’s List was recently covered by The New York Times, and it has been hit with some downtime due to all the traffic undoubtedly pummeling the site right now. When it’s live, however, it serves as a portal where anyone can create a listing that seeks the services of a hacker for hire.
"More than 500 calls for hackers had been made as of Thursday. One
example is a post by an Australian man willing to pay as much as $2,000
to a hacker who could get him a list of his competitor’s clients by
hacking into their database."
I would love to be a hacker, but I don't have the know-how.
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