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"I want to hack servers and firewalls and program in code."

"I think my better half (girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, fiancé) is cheating and I want to hack their social accounts to be sure"

"My grades are down the drain I need to get them up"

"You want to jump organization web filter and surf through blocked websites".

"I want to hack websites and not get caught by the F.B.I".

"I want to crack someone's password."

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A client from Florida is willing to pay up to $2,000 to anyone who is able to break into his boss crypto wallet. Another client from Oregon says she will pay $500 to get her boyfriend's Facebook and Gmail accounts hacked to confirm her suspicions.

The days of hacking being just the domain of intelligence agencies, international criminal gangs, or shadowy political operatives, are long gone rather, it has become more of a regular enterprise for curious citizens and individuals be it personal or contracted.

The hacker culture is a group of individuals who relish an intellectual challenge posed by software systems. They creatively overcome limitations to achieve novel and clever outcomes. The act of  "hacking" is often misunderstood or misinterpreted, However, the defining characteristic of a  hacker is not the activities performed themselves (for example programming), but the manner in which it is done; if it is unconventional and exciting then it is hacking. The term "hacks" is, in other words, a showcase of intelligent manipulation. Playful cleverness can rightly be suggested to have "hack value", with early examples including pranks at MIT done by students to demonstrate their technical aptitude and cleverness. Therefore, the hacker culture originally emerged in academia in the 1960s around the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)'s Tech Model Railroad Club (TMRC) and MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Richard Stallman explains about hackers who program:

What they had in common was mainly the urge of excellence and programming. They wanted to make the programs that they created be as good as they could be.

Hackers that belong to this intellectual class usually distinctively differentiate themselves from "wannabe's" that they call "crackers"; those who are generally referred to by media and members of the general public using the term "hacker", this class of "wannabe's" strengths lie in exploiting lapses in several computer security.

Successful stealth attacks on companies like JPMorgan Chase, Sony Pictures, and Home Depot have garnered great attention, the ones that have received pretty much less attention is a bulk of ordinary people hiring hackers for much smaller acts of espionage.

Various websites have sprung up in the last few years, with the aim to match hackers with readily available customers that are looking to have several internet related problems resolved and they'd rather have it done anonymously. I know well of a site that had over 500 hacking jobs confirmed successful In less than 3 months of operation, and many more bids came in within that time range.

The deal between the hackers (whom usually prefers to stay anonymous) and the customer is brokered by the website operator. They also provide the service of an escrow to ensure there are no fraudulent activities before and after the task has been completed. The website operator, however, collecting a fee on each completed assignment for their services. 

In the last few days, offers have come in at prices ranging from $100 to $7,000 for capable hackers from around the globe on different hacking websites like the DARK WEB Solutions that became open for business in early November.
One of the notable offers was from a potential customer who claims to live in England and was willing to pay up to $5000 to collect a list of articles from a rival Reporter's database. Other job offers that were posted on the site included small time celebrities who were looking to scrub the Internet of embarrassing photos and stories about them. Or students whose grades are dipping and need a change in grades.

 All this offers that have come in in just a short period of time which suggests that hacking is not just an intelligence display anymore it is now a service that is requested by various individuals for various reasons in large proportion too, and this has presented more of a challenge for law enforcement, especially in a time when federal and state authorities are becoming increasingly bothered about data security.

Hacking into individual's email or social media accounts occurs on a fairly regular basis, according to computer security experts and law enforcement officials.

However, request for the services of hackers have not dwindled, and many of them are online private investigators who try to comply with the law and act more like online investigators rather than malicious intent hackers. This is proven as many companies engage the services of the so-called ethical hackers, to resolve security lapses in their networks/system.

David Olsen, a director of operations with dark web solutions, which is incorporated in Colorado, said he had seen increased demand from companies looking to make sure their employees are not obtaining sensitive information through hacking. He said in an email that companies were increasingly focused on an "insider threat" leading to a breach or unauthorized release of information.

On its website, dark web solutions describe itself as a company of "certified ethical hackers" that works with customers to "secure your data, passwords and children's safety."

 You can mail darkwebssolutions@gmail.com

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